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United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise (including exports under the lend-lease program)
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"Report no. FT 400."
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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS D T O C M E Washigton 25, D. C. J. C. CAPT, Di"ctor







REPORT NO. FT 400





UNITED STATES EXPORTS

OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE

(INCLUDING EXPORTS UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM) MARCH 1945 COMMODITY TOTALS


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PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF J. EDWARD ELY
Chief Foreign Trade Division
Bureau of the Census



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DECEMBER 1945













Bureau of the Census
J. C. CAPT, Director OHILI P NI. HAUJSER, Assistant Director
MORRIS H. HANSEN, Statistical Assistant to the Director
RALPH E. GALLOWAY, Execuative Assistant to the DirectorA

Foreign Trade Division J. EDWARD ELY, Chief IRVING WEISS,,Acting Assistant Chief
Classifications and Codes-Frederick W. Harrison
Export and Shipping Statistics -William C. Flaherty
Export and Lend-Lease Statistics -Milton Katifmnaz
Shipping Statistics- Nathan Habib
Import Statistics -Frank C. bauer


Report No. FT 400

Prices for Report No. FT 400 are
as follows:

SYearly, starting with figures for 1942'total for calendar year, individual......
,calendar months not shown separately ....... $ .10

,Frst six months of 1942 total for six
*months, individual calendar months
~~ shown sprtl...................* 5

Monthly, starting with figures for
July 1943

Yearly subscription, including





TABIE OF CONTENTS


Graup
Code 'lumber Description Page

Exports of Domestic Merchandise
00 ................... Animals and Animal Products, Edible ........................... 2
0 ................... Animals and Animal Products, Inedible .......................... 2
I ................... Vegetable Food Products and B.ererages .............. i .......... 3
2 ................... Vegetable Products, Inedible ..................................
3 ................... Textile Fibers and-Manufactures ............................... 6
4 ................... Wood and Paper .................................................. 9
5 ................... Nonmetallic Minerals .................. ......... A ............... 10
6 ................... Metals and Manufactures ................ k.iv ..................... 12
7 ................... Machinery ana-Vehicles ............... ........................ 15
8 ................... Chemicals and Related Products ................................. 21
9 ................... Miscellaneous .................................. A ............... 25

Exports of Foreign Merchandise
00 ................... Animals and Animal Products, Edible .......................... 31
0 ................... Animals and Animal Products, Inedible .......................... 31
1 ................... Vegetable Food Products and Beverages ......................... 31
2 ................... Vegetable Products, Inedible .................................. 32
3 ................... Textile Fibers and Manufactures ............. ................. 32
4 ................... Wood and Paper ................................................ 32
5 ................... Nonmetallic Minerals ..........................................
33
6 ................... Metals and Manufactures ....................................... 33
7 ................... Machinery and Vehicles ......................................... 33
8 ................... Chemicals and Related Products ................................ 33
9 ...... ...... ..... Miscellaneous ........................ ......................... 34









UNITED STATES EXPERTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-MARCH 1945


Commodity Camodity
code No. Cmdity dsscription and unit Net Value code No. Coodity descriptie and unit tale
(Scde- of quantity quantity dollarr) wightad of antityqunts(0ar
Sounds)


T~rAL UNITED STATES EXPORTS GROUP 00-ANIAIS AND ANIAI, OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN PROWCTS. ZDIIX-Continued
MERCHjANDIS .................. ......... 1,0 77.,908 12,875,441,890
FISH
*I0TAL UNITED STATES EXPORTS
OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE...... .......... 4009,719,016 12,745,072,313 Fresh Fish:
007000 Salmon .......................b. .......... ........ .........
1GROUP 00.-ANIMAIS AND 007100 Other ........................ lb. 9,601 17,6
ANIMAL PROCT'S, EDIB ... .......... 87,983,130 383,434,948 007200 Oysteres, fresh, in the shel.lb. 60 40 9
007300 Oysters, fresh, shucked, frozen,
ANIMALS, EDIBLE or in ice..................L. 32,005 17,409 4
007400 Shrimp, fresh, frozen, or in
001000 Cattle for breeding ............ No. 1,150 249,828 639,760 ice........................ Lb. 14,902 5,94
001200 Other cattle ...................No. 75 2,524 21,725 007500 Shrimp, dried ................I. 69,019 328
001300 Hogs (swine) ................... No. 422 21,678 150.152 Fish, salted, pickled, or dry001600 Sheep..........................No. 232 1,724 23,665 cured:
001900 Poultry, live .................. lb. 12,665 24,471 16,156 007700 Salmon .......................Ib. 450 l
007800 Cod, haddock, hake, pollack,
MEAT PRODUCIS cuek........................Ib. 2,481 814 81
007901 Herring .....................lb. 40,570. ,691 agg
Beef and veal, except canned: 007903 Sardines.....................b. ........... ......., ...
002000 Fresh or frozen.............lb. 486,188 122,911 498,171 007998 Other fish, salted, pickled,
002100 Pickled or cured........b....., 403,384 62,278 720,4865 or dry-cured................lb. 60,908 9,198 gp
002200 Horse meet (all kinds)........ lb. 269,431 35,026 331,407 Fish, canned:
Pork, except canned: 008400 Salmon.......................Ib. 2,749,343 1,058,366 8,9
002700 Fresh, or frozen pork........Lb. 38,550,53.4 9344,389 39,133,626 008500 Sardines ..................... Lb. 7,13,503 1,148.46 93
002800 Bam and shoulders, cured.. Lb,. 8851,641 3,109,055 9,912,547 008601 Cod, haddock, hake, pollok,
002900 Bacon........................ Lb. 5,131,498 1,251,296 6,021,798 end uck.................... Lb. 152,010 48,3 0g
003000 Cumberland nd Wiltshire 008603 Herring......................Lb. 220,584 5 7 19,T
aides.......................Lb. 1,281,862 884,440 1,347,602 008698 Other emaned fish, except
003200 Other pork, pickled or shellfish................... b. 581,946 96,78 690
salted......................Lb. 15,533,762 2,339,998 19,604,963 Shellfish003400 Mutton and lamb (except canned).Lb 713,717 121,292 721,48 008700 Shrimp.....................Lb. 11,240 ,5 19
003500 Sauseage, bologna, and frank- 008801 lbs.ter................... 1,782
furters, except canned........b. 40.954 13,485 45,471 008803 Crab meat end crabs b........ ............... .....
003600 Beef, canned...................Lb. 89,563 21,028 120,298 008805 Clams and oeystere ..........lb. 6,98 4, 87 10
003700 Pork, scanned...................Lb. 12,156,966 4,632,112 15,856,023 00889e Other......................Lb. 68,184 8,436 ,41
003800 Sausage, bologna, and frank- 009003 Lobsters, fresh................ Lb. 147 3 3,
furters, canned..............Lb. 18,222,433 5, 803,570 23,663,163 009005 Crabs, fresh...................lb. ............ ....... .........
003901 Chicken, canned................Lb. 88,222 77,828 118,988 009007 Clams, fresh .................... 782 8
003907 Tushonka, canned..............Lb. 23,325,091 9,794,440 29,878,184 009098 Edible fish and flash prodnute
003909 Other canned meat..............Lb. 1,146,779 330,279 1,590,651 n.e ......................... Lb. 86,065 18,914 U,
004000 Poultry and game, fresh or
frosen.......................lb. 12,973 5,676 13,998 OHE EDIBLE ANIMAL PRODUCTS
004100 Kidneys and livers, freosh,frozen,
or cured, except canned.......Lb. 22,711 5,190 22,960 Eggs and Egg Prodacts:
004300 Tongues, fresh, frozen, pickled,
or cured, except canned ...... .......... .......... ............. 009200 Eggs in the shell ..........Doz. 165,691 90,269 a0
004400 Sausage ingredients, salted or 009303 Egg albumen (frozen, dried,
otherwise cured, except canned.Lb 13,000 1,853 23.558 or otherwise preserved)..... Lb. 94,746 1?3,7 100
004500 Other meat, except canned.....b. 478,385 72,837 600,489
Sausage casings; bladder bungs, Other Egg Products:
middles, rounds or weasan ds: 009305 Dried......................Lb. 12,017,111 15,776,88 3,a8
004600 Hog..........................b. 562,2B2 533,537 635,311 009207 Frozen.....................lb. .................. ......,
004700 Bee ......................... l. 74,810 11,715 96,531 009398 Otherwise preserved........Lb. 400 628
004900 Other........................ Lb. 128,974 167,554 150,817 009400 Meaet extracts and bullion oubes.Ik 6,545 7,990 1"
009500 Gelatin, edible................Lb. 197,88 118,708 1
ANIMAL 0OLS AND FATS EDIBIX 009900 Edible animal produnote, n.e.s....- .......... .. 490 18

005000 1Oeo oil....................... b. ..................... ............. ROUP 0.-ANIMAIS AND AIMAL
005100 1Oeo stock..................... lb......... ............ ........... PRO ClTS, INEIIs............ ........... 7,650.964 10,0,
005200 Tallow, edible................. lb ..................................
005300 lard (natural lard included)..lb. 100,916,829 16,113,869 114,063,057 HIDES AND SKI, RAW, EXEPT FUR
005600 Oleo stearin ..................... ................................. 020101 Cattle hides, dry,. over
005900 Oleomargarine or animal or 12 pounds ..................... Lb.......... .......... ...........
vegetable fate................ lb. 3,931,796 728,884 4,422,892 020102 Cattle hides, dry, over
~DAIRY PRODUCO~TS 12 pounds, quantity only.... .Piece ........ ......... .......
020103 Cattle hides, wet, over
25 pounds.....................lb. 100,528 11,08 0,4
Milk and cream: Catt0e so
006000 Fresh and sterilized........ 0eal. 12,248 15,204 126,999 0820104 Cattle hides, wat, over
006100 Condensed, sweetened......... Lb. 14.187,202 2,407,259 17,558,600 020601 Calf skin, dr, tity only....ver Piec ,000 .......... ..........
006200 Evaporated, unsweetened...... L. 31,786,998 3,893,129 40,714,682 6 pounds.....................Lb. 81
006300 Dried whole milk............. lb. 6,546,045 2,909,113 8,452,489n
006400 Dried skin milk.............. L. 4,619,817 803,536 5,252,969 020602 Calf skins, dry, not over
6 pounds,quantity only...Plans U.....................
006550 Butter, natural................Lb. 1,076,167 548,128 1,193,941 020603 Clf skins, st, not over
006570 Butter oil.....................b. 360,612 258,639 454,746 1 ounds....................Lb
006590 Butter spreads.................Lb. 449,316 234,138 574,005 020604 Calf skins, wet, not over
Cheeae: 12 pounds, quantity only...Plac .......... .......... ....
Processed, blended, and spreads: 020701 Kip skins, dry, not over
12 pounds ....................Lb...............................
006755 Processed American Cheddar.b. 1,606,791 524,745 1,818,776 020702 ip skins, dry, not over
006758 Other cheese processed, 12 pounds, quantity only.. ,Pes .
blended, and spreads ....Lb. 3,428,692 1,053,177 3,803,485 020703 p n t not ovey .... Pt .......... .......... ..........
Ch eea, whether or not In 25 pounds....................Lb. 92,000 21,997 9
oZinal loaves, except any F
"h1 epocse thrte 020704 lip skins, vet, not over
cheese processed other than 25 pounds, quantity only....Plcec 4,600.......... ........
by division into pieces: 023001 Sheep skins, dry..............Lb ..........
006795 American cheddar ..........Lb. 2,486,797 856,331 2,771,216 023002 Shep skins, dry ............ Piece ..........
006798 Other.....................Ib. 248,49 84,160 278,757 023003 Sheep skins, wet............L..1. .................... ..........

Infantes' and Dietetic Foods: 023004 Sheep skins, wet............Piece .......... ........ .........
023005 lamb skins. dry ...............Lb. ........... ... .......
006850 Chiefly Milk Bass...........Lb. 591,042 304,065 850434 023006 lamb skins, dry.............. Pice ..........
006890 Other(for use in milk ftSale).Ib 102,734 47,986 149,641 lamb skins, wet ... 10,060
023008 lab skins, wet ............... Piee 6,060............
Other dairy products: 02500 Goat skins... t.............. ..Pie 6.06 ... ..................
006901 Malted milk, compounds, and 02501 Ooat skins .................. b
mixturee....................Lb. 165,560 60,622 300,876 02502 d kins............ .......Lb............................
006903 Ice-cream powder, mix and 025015 Kid kin......
preparations................Lb 32,845 12,546 38,197 025016 lid skins.....................Pie ...... .......... ..........
006998 Dairy products, n.e........ 12,297 1,737 14,160 025098 Bides and skins, raw, n.e.c... .. 162 188







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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF' D ".bTIC FRCHANISt-.ARCH 1945-Continuod


3uamodity Ccmmodity

(Scha-oquntquni ( )(Shd- of quantity quantity (dollars) eight
al(pounds) uleBB)

GROUP O.-ANIMAIS AND ANIMAL GROUP 0.-ANIMAIS AND ANIMAL
PRODUCTS, INEDIRLE-Continued PRODUCTS, INEDIBIE-Continued

IZATEER FURS AND MANUFACERES

Upper leather: Furs, undressed:
Cattle, aide upper: 071100 Civet cat....................No. 6,073 9,475 4,078
Grain: 071300 Silver and black fox.........No. .......... .......... ............
03000 Black................ Sq.ft. 50,359 15,806 9,215 071400 Red fox......................No. 50 350 35
080100 Other.................Sq.ft. 965,509 318,698 337,167 071600 Other fox....................No. 1,711 13,556 1,261
Splits: 071800 Muskrat, northern............No. 44,042 95,665 9,642
030200 Finished.............. Sq.ft. 42,151 10,151 6,539 071900 Mukrat, southern............No. 8,662 17,213 1,705
030300 Wax and rough............ Ib. 95 90 100 072100 Raccoon...................... No. 61,086 145,225 42,779
Calf and kip: 072200 Skunk.......................No. 2,714 6,625 723
Black: 072300 Opossum......................No. 50,420 31,405 17,642
030410 Sides.................Sq.ft. 14,579 5,637 2,179 072500 Mink......................... No. 280 4,968 75
030420 Whole skins.......... Sq.ft. 75,879 32,317 9,478 072901 Coney, rabbit, and bare......No. 153,910 86,041 42,992
Other: 072903 Ermine and weasel............No .......... .......... .............
00510 Sides................Sq.ft. 49,087 17,282 7,527 072905 Fitch and kolinsky...........No .......... .......... .............
00520 Whole skinse...........Sq.ft. 79,233 35,628 11,190 072907 Squirrel.....................No. 8,215 8,432 710
00700 Sheep and lamb........... q.ft. 124,369 28,125 14,515 072908I Lamb, kid, sheep and goat... No. 9,655 51,240 15,482
Goat and kid: 072998 Undressed furs, n.e.s........No. 16,206 27,203 7,228
0380~0 Black ................... Sq.ft. 204,675 60,751 20,424 Furse, dressed or dyed:
030900 Other...................Sq. ,t. 274,270 84,577 30,732 073300 Fox, silver and black........No, 492 9,501 474
081150 Deer and elk..............Sq.ft. 4,947 2,808 1,222 073700 Muskrat ......................No .......... .......................
031190 Upper leather (except 074400 Fur-seal.....................No. 25 437 24
lining and patent), n.e.e.Sq.,ft 19,964 6,008 2,917 074903 Lamb and sheep...............No. 18,247 122,108 20,803
Patent upper leather: 074998 Dressed or dyed furs, n.e.s..No. 91,879 208,886 15,129
031810 Cattle................... Sq.ft. 35,247 12,196 5,792 075300 Fur wearing apparel............ No. 1,511 183,614 4,345
081950 Other.................... Sq.ft. 235 109 40 075800 Fur waste, fur pieces, and
Lining leather: damaged fur skins .......................... 40,007 29,217
03100 Sheep and lamb............Sq.ft. 91,083 11,805 9,254 075900 F ar manufactures, n.e.as ..................... 272,302 47,825
03300 Other.....................Sq.ft. 12,820 8,540 2,120
032400 Sole leather (bends, backs, ANIMAL 01S AND GREASES, INEDIBIE
aend sides) .................... Lb. 507,545 270,313 509,272
Boot and ahoe cut stock: 080300 Neat's-foot oil................Lb. 10,764 1,692 13,155
03 3700 Soles, outer.............Doz.pre 196 515 782 080901 Lard oil.......................Lb. 47,319 6,773 47,569
082800 Other cut stock................. .......... 49,068 49,308 080905 Sperm and whale oil............ lb. 62,316 5,433 62,527
033000 Belting leather...............lb. 3,716 4,018 3,996 080998 Inedible animal oils1, n.e.a.... Ib. 28 53 55
033210 Sole, welting, and belting 081900 Fish oils, except medicinal.... lb. 665,329 51,421 697,663
leather offeal .................lb. ..................... ............ 084300 Grease stearin................. 1b. 27,588 1,042 31,825
Glove end garment leather: 084700 Oleic acld, or red oil......... Ib. 55,575 7,981 64,056
lat leather included): 084900 Stearic acid................... 1b. 204,865 33,382 207,958
033650 Sheep and lamb............Sq.ft. 188,869 40,183 20,017 085700 Tallow, inedible............... b. 334,073 81,866 338,804
033850 Pig and hog.............. Sq t. 9,979 4,444 2,944 085805 Hog grease and wool grease..... b. 218,700 52,972 255,150
033950 Other.................... Sq.ft. 16,854 4,391 2,935 085898 Inedible animal greases end fats
035300 Upholstery and automobile (except lubricating greases),
leather...... ............. Sq.ft. 57,712 7,886 13,099 n.e.a .......................... Lb. 695,565 61,544 701,968
035650 Case, bag and strap leather
(handbag leather, except OTHER INEDIBLE ANIMALS AND
reptilian, aquatic, and ANIMAL PRODUCTS
fancy included)...........Sq.ft. 10,817 2,620 1,229
035700 Reptilian and aquatic leather, Animals:
for all purposes.............. lb. 0 88 41 Horses:
0385900 Leather and tanned skins, n.e.as... .......... 47,632 198,194 090000 For breeding..............No. 41 10,370 37,690
090100 Other......................NO. 172 31,122 200,702
IEAE MANACTURES 090300 Mules, asses, and burros.....No. 310 28,360 244,250
090900 Live animals, n.e.s ............. .......... 26,103 29,945
060000 Leather wlting................... .......... 37,589 38,800 092300 Feathers, crude, not dressed...Ib. 31,770 7,359 32,041
Boots, shkaes, and other footwear 092900 Feathers, dressed, and manuwith leather uppers: factures of feathers............. .......... 8,129 7,646
Boots and shoes: 093500 Bristles, sorted, bunched or
Means: prepared...................... lb. 2 97 4
064510 McKay sewed.............Pair 5,079 14,024 14,146 Glue of animal origin:
064580 Welt................... Pair 90,847 396,096 365,132 094205 Casein glue.................. Lb. 13,936 2,868 15,195
064540 Stitehdown..............Pair 17,229 52,974 68,965 094298 Other........................ Ib. 495,227 86,441 510,435
064590 Other...................Pair 529,156 2,128,160 2,597,468 099905 Casein, inedible................ Ib. 1,779 713 1,872
064600 Youths' and boya'.........Pair 7,103 15,102 13,597 099923 Mother-of-pearl shells,
Woments and missesa: unmanufactured................Ib. ................... .............
064710 MoKay sewed.............Pair 23,897 63,163 36,028 099925 Other shells, unmanufactured...Lb. 40,000 2,200 40,368
064780 Welt.................... al 25,539 69,555 38,532 099998 Animal products, inedible, n.e.s ............ 132,963 435,122
064740 Stitchdown..............Pair 10,116 34,886 19,795
064750 With cemented soles... Pair 59,669 167,433 80,33 GROUP 1.-VEGETABE FOOD
064795 Other .................. Pair 14,346 40,414 27,568 PROUC SEVABE 720 9
064800 Infants and children's ..Pair 29,449 45,198 28,176 PRODUCTS AND BE ...... .......... 48,858 792,20,791
065000 Slippers and moccasin for
housewear, all leather.....Pair 3,478 7,277 4,115 UAINS AND PREPARATIONS
Boote, shoes, and other ifbotwear,
with uppers of materials except 101100 Barley (bu. 48 lbs.)........... Bu. 59,409 64,057 2,852,529
leather: 101300 Malt (bu. 34 lbs.)............. Bu. 425,992 927,494 14,754,926
065610 leather-soled .............. Pair 74,214 166,552 135,820 102100 Buckwheat (bu. 48 lbs.)...... Bu ........... .......... .............
065690 Other...................... Pair 108,484 209,931 220,089 103100 Corn (bu. 56 lbs.)............. Bu. 1,891,092 2,584,237 105,884,124
065900 Discontinued models, old styles, 10800 Cornmeal (bbl. 196 lbs.)...... Bbl. 6,678 47,104 1,315,957
and second-hand shoes............ .......... 6.174 169,801 103300 Hominy and corn grlts.......... Ib. 3,004,166 15,544 8,025,965
067200 Leather gloves and mittene.Doz.pre 312 3,840 2,329 103500 Grain sorghum (bu. 56 lbs.)...Bu. 19,188 25,651 1,074,573
068000 Leather belting, new.......... lb.. 210,603 277,867 224,986 108700 Corn cereal foods, ready to est.Lb 166,208 19,918 253,085
068510 Harness, saddlery and whipa ....... .......... 305,835 548,834 104100 Oats (bu. 32 lbs.).............Bu. 26,807 25,694 859,139
Women' and children s handbags, Oatmeal, groats, and rolled oats:
pocketbooks, and. purses: 104300 In bulk, sacks, or bags ......lb. 3,578,656 178,361 3,612,814
068800 Leather ...................... No. 6,873 25,802 8,926 104400 In packages, cases, or
068900 Other materials ..............No. 34,423 78,991 35,027 cartons .................... Lb. 1,452,673 178,591 1,924,861
Card cases, change purses, 105500 Paddy or rough rice............ Lb. 6,894,433 286,604 6,928,837
wallets, and similar articles: 105700 Milled rice (brown
069200 leather.................. ...No. 37,379 27,161 7,237 rice, broken rice,and rice
069800 Other material.............No. 8,981 1,994 1,090 screenings included)........... b 27,276,874 1,821,829 27,508,686
Luggage and related articles: 105800 Rice flour, meal, and polish...Ib. 472 56 545
069510 Leather ...................... No. 38,155 13,848 7,359 106100 Nye (bu. 56 lbs.)..............Bu. .................... .............
069590 Other materials.............No. 5,866 14,906 18,304 107100 Wheat (bu. 60 lbs.)............ Bu. 1,368,167 2,807,241 82,283,179
Belta (worn on the person): 107300 Wheat flour, wholly of United
069710 Leather......................... .......... 31,801 19,958 States wheat................CWat. 1,226,240 4,685,907 123,275,972
069790 Other materials........................... 30,606 20,053 107400 Wheat flour, not wholly of
069890 Leather wearing apparel, except U. S. wheat................. Cw, 319,188 1,220,639 32,019,072
belts, gloves, and footwear................ 217,110 69,576 107700 Macaroni and macaroni produ ts. 755,753 83,10 865,746
069900 Leather manufactures, n................... 9,460 68.255 107800 Biscuits and crackers..........b. 4,313.359 758,564 5,232.951









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Coity Mipping Commty
code No. camodity description and unit met Value code No. Commodity deription sami t T"vau
(Sched of quantity quantity dollarse) (Seh- of quantity quantity (dolls)
alei0 B)U1B

GROUP 1.-VMETABL7 FOOD GROUP 1.-VER'IABEE F0D
PRUHADBETERAGS. PMWDCIS AMD WWHIAOMSContined
GRAINS AND PREPARATIONScontinued FRUT AND PEPARATIMSContiued
100000 wheat cereal food, readyto eat.IA 29,280 5,044 40,256 F f o
108100 Wheat cereal foods, tobe cooked.15 174,785 18,909 320,71 11700 Peaebes ......................lb. ........* ..... ...
109000 heat semolina.................Il. 1,359,900 40,797 1,373,499 13180 Prunes and plus.............Ib. 900 98
109500 Cereal: food9, L.e-s ............ lb. 319,720 82,597 1. 45 A:t 1 65 390 4i a...........Ib...... ..... ......
10990 3Grains and preperatIra, n.... a.... 85,504 ,6208 68 13M Frs or frze frlsn~~b 26.9 6.21=I
Dried a evaporated fruits (DriFCDDERS AND FIDS peak in tine inaldel):
132100 Dried fruits for salad.......Ib. 5,753 1,MS Ag
110100 ay......................... L. w=n 325 13,144 726,854 1*2200 Pears......................lb. 53,746 13,61S gJg
Oil cake and oil-cake seal: 13400 Raisina and eurrent.........lb. 28,098,0S4 4,886,86? @,@8*@@
111300 Cottonseed ................L. Ton .......... ........... .............. 182500 Apples......................b. 14,754 5,41 26'"a
111400 Linseed ...................L. Ton 1 182 2,200 132600 Apricot .................. .1 2,293,066 8"9,39 2.495=
1700 Peanut ....................L. Ton 19 520 42,305 132700 Peachen... ................ b. 4,688,487 1,44,537 5,0qae
111800 Soybean ...................L. Ton 39 2,234 85,8M5 132800 Prunse....................... 6,042,309 880,294 BAA A
112905 Copra .....................L. Ton .......... .......... ............. 18900 Apple aStet...............Te. .......... .......... ......
112909 Other .....................L. Ton .......... .......... ............. 133005 Figs .......................... 59,698 11,48S
114000 Fish meal for feed ..........L. T .......... .......... ............. 133098 Dried and evaporated
118000 Mixed dairy and poultry fbede.L.Ton 3,863 303,119 6,676,324 fruit, n.e.a........... ... 468 be?
118200 Oyster shells ................L.Ton 2,780 32,397 6,260,663 133100 Dates, fresh, driedvor other118500 Other prepared and sized DbedaL.Ton 169 19,343 388,252 wis prepared.................Ib. 1,599 6T Ii
118710 Bolled barley for feed ......L. Ton 2,065 151,783 4,626,175 Canned fraitas:
119000 Wheat feeds .................L. Ton 25 1,882 55,646 133200 Grapefrit ...................b. 190,775 22,m6& I1,M
119900 leeds, n.e.................L. Ton 179 8,892 409,962 133300 lganberries................... .......... .......... ...........
133400 Other caned berries.........I. 5,374 964 9,MS
E S RE AIN DB 138500 Apples and apple sauce.......Ib. 71,787 9,818 SDAT
183600 Grapes .. ........ ........ ....... .e .
14000 Apricots............... b. 1,593.286 194,880
120110 Beans, dry, ripe ..............I.. 35,070,977 3,104,133 36,329,154 13400 Cherres 3,003 6,146
120150 Seed bean, ....................12. 705,080 113,542 711,344 134300 Prunes sad plums. .....b. 70,869 6,993 W,2R
120213 Coupeas, dry, ripe .............b. 2,440 241 2,640 134300 Peaches .............,.......1b 1,813,02= 05,019 2 20leM
120215 Chick-peas (garbenano), dry, 134400 Pears........................Db. 1,985,882 28,702B 82m1,0"
ripe..........................Ib. 1,505,869 89,81 1,523,679 134500 Pineapples ...................L. 1,428,380 160,865 187,AA
120219 Peas, dry, ripe, except coupeas 134600 Fruits for salad .............8b. 55,396 70.4w 46,86
and chickpeas ...............1. 16,726,757 1,269,998 16,848.864 184700 Canned fruits, n..6 .........a. 16,64 2,8S 21,22M
120250 Seed peas.....................b. 3,123,637 339,684 3,143,793 134900 Preserved fruits, jellies,
Vegetables, fresh or frozen: and Jana....................Lb. 530,08 116,Tm 0,505
120700 Beans........................1b. 455,531 49,658 511,148 125003 Fruit pulp.....................D. 1,856,154 149,438 1,6=.0
120800 Onions.......................I5. 1,496,476 77,878 1,561:580 185098 Other fruit preperatims.......b. 244,915 156,307 2Wd8
120900 Peas, green................I 286,669 40,422 305,843
121000 Peppers......................I. 111,896 13,266 126,726
121100 Potatoes, white.............b. 6,542,653 224,824 6,649,369
121300 Tomatoes....................I5 389,840 31,599 439,338
122410 Cabbage......................Lb. 9,066,101 148,544 9,261,432 137400 Apricots and peach pits a
122420 Carrots..................I. 8,780,314 192,895 9,304,320 keraels.......................T. 2,600 413 2-4w
122430 Celery.......................I. 6,132,359 67,355 6,857,080 137510 Peanuts, shelled...............Lb. 184,380 30,513 2M,8A
122440 lattuce......................I. 7,728,587 387,870 8,675,869 137550 Peanuts, not shelled....*..... ,63 6 6,6 36Wa
122450 Spinach......................lb. 1,018,326 55,287 1,174,927 137610 Pecaas, shelled................I 115,577 91,068 384
122470 Sweet potatoes...............5. 477,812 28,04 521,680 137650 Pecan., not shelled........... D. 8855 83,396 66,
122490 Fresh or frozen vegetables, 137710 Walnuts, shelled..............1b. 14,157 11,986 5M=
n.e.a...................... 2,487,454 139,000 2,733,778 137750 Walnats, not Shelled...........1b. 29,544 9 56 WW1
Vegetables, Csnned. 137903 Alands, sweet.................1. 12,819 10,996 28eM
124100 Asparagus....................IA. 60,784 13,395 80,041 137905 Brazil o area nat...........Ib. .......... ........ ............
124200 Seedbeaneand prtand beans.,b. 7,817,179 692,107 9,345,089 137907 Filberts.......................1b. 6,700 83,26 683s
124300 Corn.........................lb. 60,287 6,200 77,644 137995 Nute end preparations, .,8.. .b. 48,400 18,768 T9A
124400 Peas.........................1b. 3,128,301 293,730 3,749,879
124500 Soups.......................IA. 530,821 87,111 693,4683
124600 Tomatoes.....................Il. 3,558,023 329,300 4,820,412 PM E OIIS AND FATS, 1DEBI
124700 Tomato pasta and puree.......12. 416,052 63,953 525,437
124800 Tomato juice.................lb. 275,644 20,158 839,517 142000 Coconut oil, refined...........Lb. .......... .......... .............
124910 Beens, string or stringless..I. 8,010,429 311,530 3,765,201 162500 Cottonseed oil, refined........b. 35,168 8,489 GR*
124930 LA Beane..................Ib. 8,502 1,288 10,914 143000 Soybean oil, refined, except
124950 Spinach.....................Lb. 892,834 82,829 1,120,093 leeithin-refland..............1b. 1,153,339 280,431 1,368My
124990 Canned vegetables and juices, 148100 Peanut oil....................1b. 23.588 4,0 26
n.e.s......................15, 5,344,018 613.77? 7,185,510 144100 oerm oil.......................1. 13,134 8,931 as.=
125000 Pickles, cucumber............I. 1,468,622 274,091 1,835,418 14400 Cooa batter.................... 154,33 40.147
125100 Ketchup, chili sauce, and other 144700 Cooking fats, except lard......12. 161,74 36,72? 23.6"
tomato table eauces...........1b. 255,952 48,468 446,904 144901 Olive oil, edible..............I. 3.938 3,718 &.3d
125210 Mayonaise and salad dressings.Ib. 61,323 15,969 101,338 14902 Sunflower seed oil, edible.....Lb. 199,95 31,363 M.mME
125295 olives.........................b. 111,805 35,963 270,800 1"908 Pala and pala-kernal oil,
125298 Sauces and relishes, n.e.s. I 1,997,186 408,694 2,534,514 edible at refined.............Ib. .......... .......... .............
125300 Vinegar.......................Gal. 27,072 17,779 33,853 144904 Rapeased oil, refined......****I. ******. .***.***.. ...*******..
125600 Yeast, except liquid...........Ib. 338,103 70,151 371,265 144905 Vegetable stearin..............IA. .......... .......... .............
125901 Dehydrated soups..............1I5. 5,635,561 1,396,576 6,585,259 144998 Edible vegetable oils end
125902 Dehydrated vegetables..........Lb. 6,878,599 3,414,851 9,206,465 fate, n.e.s.................IL. 50,410 8,460 30.M
125905 Farinaceous substances....5....b. 1,705 342 2,082
125911 Soybean flour, edible. ....lb. 1,128,100 68,581 1,141,590 T B R HATEuIAIS
123998 Vegetable preparations, n.e.a................ 110,065 333,143
150100 Coco beans..................... ........ .......... .............
FU AND PREPARATIOS 150200 Cooc, powdered...............1b. 51,301 11,088 "Am
150300 Chocolate......................1h. 18,556 4,153 81M
Fruits, hesh or frozen: 150500 Tea.......................*.... *****.*******
130100 Bananae......................Lb. ........... ........................ 151100 Coffee, green................. b. *.*....*...***...*****.* .*.......*
130200 Grapefruit...................Box 184,585 502,450 16,585,341 151200 Cottee, reasted................Ib. 218,878 6,668 MgAA
130300 Lanons and liea.............BoX 45,129 219,362 3,918,477 151300 table beverage materialpLe.s. Lb. 91,993 26,706 1i 8
130500 Oranges and tangerines .......Box 506,516 1,965,793 43,238,238
130700 Pineapples....................Box 175 1,188 13,430 SPICES
130900 Cherries.....................lb. .......... ..... .............
151000 Apples in baskets...........Skt. 13,277 41,981 659,474 154901 Caeum.....................1I 3,060 1,386
131100 Apples in boxes..............Box 107,706 412,751 5,444,590 154902 Cinnamon.......................I. 6,83 4,136 9,@
131200 Apples in barrels...........Bbl. .......... .......... ............. 1.54903 Cassie.........................*Lb* *70
131300 Berries......................I. 95,172 30,307 115,084 154905 Cloves, unground..............1.. ..*..* *...*****
131410 Natermlons.................Ib. .......... .......... ............. 154907 Nutiega, unground.............1 .* ** ***.*
131450 Other nelons.................1b. 5,471 582 6,308 154911 Pepper, unground................ ...........,. ..........
131500 Crapes.......................12b 139,625 18,137 156,821 154915 Vanilla beans..........****.. *.. .....*..... *.*.
131600 Pears........................I. 403,898 45,058 449,518 154998 Spices, n.e.a.................. IA. 188, 4334 1688998



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'JTfTTl STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC YERCHANDI9E-MARCH 1945-Continued



4 O modity earipten and unit Nt value o Comodity description and unit Not Value wg
(80 o quantity quantity (dollars) (pou(Sohed- of quantity quantity (dollars) (POUnd)
pond) ls B) (pounds)RU0P 1.-EOB2ABLE F00D GROUP 2.-EGETABLE PROWC'lS,
PRODODTS AND 31Yfl03-Co. IMDIBIE, EXEPT FIERS
AND IID-Continued
800LAR AllD ELATED PRODUCTB
RUBBER (NARAL, ALLID 00m,
161910 Suger, refined .................Ib. 4,439,824 1,957,010 35,364,794 AND SYNllETICS) AND MANW161950 Sger raw, w.... ..............IL. 65,800 2,518 65,852 FACTURERS-Continued
2900 a 8ses..................... Ga. 1,094 1,094 15,206
Canfetionery: 204700 Bathing caps ..................Doz. 55 242 58
400 Choolate ,andy.............. 775,062 212,332 892,896 204800 Rubber bands ................... Lb. 5,603 4,154 6,867
1500 Other eandy................ b. 709,174 204,49 942,701 204900 Rubber erseere, except pencil
1 00 Confoeotions and dessertsna.b 809,197 281,432 948,418 plugs ......................... Lb. 17,128 15,834 21,133
1 00 Chwing gum................... Lb. 470,882 298,471 606,078 Hard rubber goods, except
16000 Ecoey........................b. 12,275 2,64 16,733 druggists' sundries:
Glacose, except pharmaeeutical Electrical:
dextrose or glucose: 205300 Battery boxes .............. No. 480,513 16,534 206,369
S Liqui.......................1 b. 2,256,676 112,155 2,460,644 205400 Other electrical hard rubber
64400 Dry ..............3............2b. S,59 21.550 387,222 goods .....................IA. 151,120 64,581 173,251
1600 0irup......................... l. 24,087 19,204 259,114 205500 Combs, finished.............Doz. 1,560 961 460
205900 Other hard rubber goods ......... .......... .10,450 14,033
32YU E Tiree and inner tubee:
Automobile esinge:
206000 Truck and bus -casings......No. 177,517 5,609,454 10,951,890
10100 Malt extract and salt sirup, 206200 Other automobile casings..Xo. 11.353 131,264 311,362
spt 4mlated ..............lb, 885,36 28,560 329,8 5 206800 Automobile inner tubes.......No. 184,423 551,084 1,650,097
Malt liq~ar: 206400 Other casingse and tubes ......No. 43,601 359,264 744,809
190200 in bottles..................0al. 1,117,894 603,925 14,207,477 Solid tires:
1006 In as.....................Gel. .......... .......... ............. .206600 For automobiles and trucks.No. 8,037 216,330 590,860
1000 b other containers........a. .......... ....................... 206700 Other solid tire ..........Lb. 2,092 1,004 2,175
Diatilled spirits: Tire eundries and repair materials:
1100 R......................Pt.gal 2,065 6,156 35,620 206905 Camelback .................... lb. 93,924 24,412 103,160
1600 Whisky..................Pf.gal. 95,574 308,222 1,219,137 206998 Other........................Lb. 250,406 131,653 304,835
11900 Other distilled liquors and 208400 Rubber and friction tape, except
cmponds containig medicated ..................... Lb. 141,526 54,834 183,394
spirits................. Pf.gl. 271 2,165 3,106 Rubber and baleta belts and
150 Wines......................... Gal. 14.258 87,904 202,963 belting:
1100 Mineral mters, natural and 208500 PFan belts for automobiles ... Lb. 106,802 107,999 128,347
artifial ................... al. 8,47 1,250 37,571 206600 Other rubber and balata
1 00 rupa and flavors for belts and belting ........... Lb. 1,375,264 830,634 1,512,909
beverages....................Gal. 69,468 1 0,763 883,493 Rubber hose and tubing:
Fruit juices: 208700 Garden hose .................. lb. 22,462 8,205 24,120
12 Pineapple................... Gael. 5,950 5,690 6,948 20880000 Other hose and tubing ........ Lb. 925,098 496,844 1,064,916
177500 Grapefruit................. Gal. 120,993 93,98 1,498,352 209800 Rubber packing................ lb. 140,860 93,777 161,275
17600 Orange...................... Gal. 24,614 77,998 283.484 20o9400 Nate, matting, floorit g, and
179900 Fruit juies, n.e.e.........Gel 88,752 90,650 1,057,809 tiling........................Lb. 19,607 10,410 20,971
1800 beverages, n.e.8 ............... Gl. 16,793 16,087 405,858 Rubber thread:
209510 Bare or uncovered............lb. 7,950 11,822 8,457
209520 Textile covered..............Lb. 388 878 478
080 2,-V TABIE PRODUCTS, 209600 Gutta-percha manufactures ......Ib. 1,846 1,759 2,734
EE EET FBE 209800 Latex or other forms compounded
AND WOOD,..................... .......... 42,393,851 185,990,033 or processed for use in further
manafacture................... lb. 254,480 73,783 269,648
209990 Natural and synthetic rubber
IDBBER (NA.URAL, ALLIED GUM, K manufactures, .e. ........................ 170,542 270,752
SHIEICS) AND MOUACTUREB

Crude rubber and allied gums: NAVAL STORES, GM1, AND R3DSIl
200100 Crude rubber .................b. .................................
30400 Balata.......................I. ................................. Naval stores:
0600 0ther..4 .....................lb. .................. ............. 211000 Gm rosin.................... Lb. 1,539,024 91,569 1,634,324
Synthetic rubbers: 211100 Wood rosin, except OB Wood
2D001 Boas S -oopolymre of Rosin....................... lb. 2,052,066 86,514 2,11 5,496
butadies and styrene....... Lb. 4.228,008 1,453,448 4,318,609 211400 Gum spirits of turpentine.. .Gal. 238,1l81 216,690 1,950,714
20090 Brutyl-copolymer of isobutyltne 211510 Tood turpentine............. CGal. 66,494 50,298 527,860
and isoprene, or other 211610 Other t9rpene hydrocarbons
diolefins ................... Lb. 13,572 2,122 15,060 derived from naval stores.. Gal. 13,972 8,111 116,28
00904 Neoprene-polymers of 211710 Pine oil, products, end
chloroprene...............Ib. 656,546 294,253 676,707 derivatives ................Gal. 72,074 48,031 602,415
00905 Buna N -ceopolymais of buta- 211800 Tar and pitch of wood........ lb. 1,165,807 46,069 1,221,763
dine and acrylonitrile.....b. 97,1135 45,849 99,805 212500 Tall oil (liquid sulfate wood
209O hokol-organic polysulfide.Ib. 15,000 8,100 15,900 resin)........................ b. 84,394 8,823 384,995
0090 Polyisobutylene-polymers of Other goums end resins:
isobutylene.................lb. 195,097 74,441 221,225 218000 Chicle....................... lb. 169,145 114,401 182,225
20098 Synthetie rubbers, n.e.s.....Lb. 52,825 15,114 58,892 218600 Shellac (bleached, and
2011 Rubber, reclaimed............. Lb. 3,156,556 207,193 3.187,588 unbleached)................ Lb. 203,934 90,354 216.502
120D ubber scrap...................lb. 1,179,767 81,407 1,191,218 218o905 lc, crude (seed, button, and
201400 Rubber emnt.................al 23,918 88,086 420,644 stick)...................... Lb. 960 408 984
b201600 bberized automobile cloth.Sq.yd. 261,004 125,082 211,749 218909 Rosalic, n.e.s.................. b. 74,45 5,317 77,170
201700 Rubberized piece goods and 218993 Gum benzoin.................. lb. 24 27 80
hospital sheeting, n.e.e...Sq.yd. 129,84 87,44 137,904 218995 Natural gums and resins, refined
Rubber footwear: or modified in condition... Lb. 190,043 110,660 209,358
0100 Boots......................P.a 12,614 40,977 70,306 218998 Natural gme and resins,crude.Lb 54,244 20,732 58,470
203200 Rubber shoes...............Pair 31,708 27,851 56,080 DORS, BRBSI.AVE1, AND ROOTS, CRUDE
902400 Cenas shoes with rubber
a e......................Pair 2,125 2,7923 4,790 220100 Cascars bark....................lb 26,680 8,174 36,036
0D Rubber soles............. Doz.pr 86,462 20,058 807,143 220500 Ginseng ......................... Lb 87 1,076 109
03700 Rubber heels.............Doz.pra. 18,870 18,097 67,796 220600 Mandrake root.................. Lb. 9,002 2,077 9,185
20800 rubber soling and top lift 220904 Cinchona bark.................. lb. ........... ........................
sAets....................... Lb, 730,552 214,577 770,303 220911 Hyose yamu (henbane)...........Lb. .......... .......................
290 lRubber gloves and mlttens.Doz.prs. 9,937 27,773 20,067 220919 Pyrethrum (insect flowers).....Lb ........... .......................
Druggists' rubber Aundrise, 220988 Crude drug, herbs, leaves, and
except surgeons' and household roots, n.e.s .................. Lb. 232,551 117,091 248,552
gloves: OISEEDIS
204000 Water bottles and fountain
syringes....................No. 74,158 81,436 61,770 221000 Soybeans, except canned.......... 8,494,653 487,089 8,525,131
2042 0 Other duggists rubber 222001 Castor beans...................Lb. .......... .......... .............
.Auries.................... ........ ..191,98 30.32 22200: Fl::seed ......................:L 7,013 :52 7,095
04200 lothing of rubber or of rubber- 222020 Bep,perilla,poppy,rapeand sunined cloth...................Do. 4,967 87,060 47,922 flower eeds, and paln nuts and
2000 Rubber balloco. .........Grose 113 3,165 1,564 palm kernels.................. lb 3,175 538 3,226
60D Rubber toys and ball, except 222080 Copra.......................... Lb .................... .............
dolls, golf, and tenni balls .... .......... 689 937 222098 Other oilseed ........................................... .......





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U)'ED STATE' EXFORris OF DOMESTIC E A.:DISC-LARCH1 1945--ContInued


CComadity code No. omodity description and unit Net Talue Shipping code No, O dity desript m~ n unit t
(Schede o f quantity quantity (dollars) (Sche a of quality quantity (ol
ule B) one B) pounds6

GROUP 2.- .ETABLZ PRODUCE, GROUP 2.-TE0ETABIX IRODOICS,
MINE EXCPT FIEBS INEDIBIE, EXZPT FIBERS AND
AND WOD-Continued WOOD-Continued

VEGETBLE 0I18 AND FAI5, INEDIBLE TOBACCO AND MANUFAC10RES-Continued
Tobacco,uananufactred-.Continued
Expressed oila and fats, inedible: Leaf tobacco:
223000 Coconut oil, crude ........... 2. .......... .......... ............. 260400 Dark Virginia .............. Lb, 369,367 129,676 41,525
223100 Cottonseed oil, crude ........b. 624 18? 845 260500 Maryland and Ohio export.... 267025 10,251 327367
23200 Linseed oil .................. Lb. 325,67 56,26 373,307 260600 Green River................ Lb. 2,500 819 2
224801 Fatty acids of vegetable 260700 One-Rucker leaf tobacco.. ..b. 50,987 16,554 5Z,759
origin ......................lb. 2,429 402 2,801 260800 Black fat, waterbaler, and
Vegetable oil foots: dark African ..............l. 147,916 69,88 180,983
224803 Olive oil ..................Lb ......... .......... ........ .... 261100 Cigar leaf ................Lb. 97,299 61,32 1,274
224805 Other..................... Lb. .................... ............. 261300 Perique leaf tobacco.......lb. 8,948 5,816 10,59
224898 Vegetable soap stock.........Lb. 73,624 2,394 74,039 261500 Foreign leaf, re-exported... .......... .......... ............
224901 Castor oil, commercial.......l 60,128 11,885 66,493 261750 Tobacco trimming and scrap
224902 Car oil, crude..............lb. ..................... ............. (siftings and algar cuttings
224903 Peanut oil, crude............Lb.................... ............. inaluded)................... Lb .......... ...........
224904 Perilla oil, inedible........D. ..................... ............. 261800 Tobacco stems................I. ?7,514 1.844 68.604
224906 Rapeseed and oiticia oil, Tobacco manufactures:
inedible....................lb. 166,889 27,998 220,074 262000 Cigars and chermote...........M. 89 10,619 2.96
224910 Tung oil.....................Ib. 16,801 6,769 18,832 262800 Cigarettes.................... 487,902 1,220,624 2,151,088
224912 Soybeen oil, crude...........Lb. 187,280 22,243 187,280 262 850 Chewing tobacco and snuff... 87,840 47,857 110,5
224918 Olive oil, inedible, except 262500 Smoking tobacco in packages..2. 68,618 52608 11 4
aulf red or foots .. b........... ........... ............. 262950 Smoking tobacco in bulk...... Lb 61,594 39,528 85
224925 Palm and palm-kernel oil,
crude.......................b. 2,730 437 3,030 MISCEI.ANM01B VEGETABIE PRODUCTS,
224950 Sunflower seed oil, inedible..Lb. ................... ............. INEDIBIE
224998 Other expressed oila and Starch
Starch:
fate, inedible..............Lb 12,98 3,305 15,174 28f1100 Cornstarch and corn flour
Essential oils, L 1186tural: ,618 (edible tIncluded)........... L. 18,529,456 1,796.513 18,768,1
226900 O --Peper nd...ther a Ol.Lb there starch (edible includd)b. 203,684 5,& 2
226900 Spearmint and other mint oils, 293100 Br co r ................... to0 361 92,191 43,,
n.e. .....................A.. lb 2,9I3 IR, 29200 Brooe ........................ D 28 61 ,6827,
227100 Citrus oils .................. b. 3897 58,760 19,419,UANACRE
227903 Oil of citronella............Lb 2,412 85 ,47 2 n .........o................lb 975,54 91,399
227905 Qeao r e i.............Lb. 121 2,52 3,04 299905 Vegetable tallow and wax (en cpt
0 on s O .............. Lb 1 192 for somap stock) ...............lb. 3.200 46,92 ...
227998 Other essential oile.nturl.b. 56,3 157,488 78,597 299991 Hop e sxtract.... ................ lb. 22,497 6868 ,56
28000 Blended, compounded, or nixed 29999 Vegetable v e or 1ute..l 42,570 91
perlue-flevor oils, except 299995 Dyeg lend tannvp aatri l.grh de 1 1/8,16
synthetic ro.atic pounds..lb. 61,1889 4 403 95,089 29992 Iedle ta nobl e pduote n.o n..........u o... 98,t3

VEGETABLE DYEI AM TANNING 0R0UP 3.-TZZI FIBE AND
ERACs.i MANUFACTURES ........................... ..61,760,704 0.

231100 Logwood extract ................. Lb. 63,079 18,606 73,129 0 5T N UAlnACTR D
233100 Chestnut extract ............... lb. 752,330 6,519 796,167 Raw otton except liners:
233905 Quebracho extract .............. Lb. 121,606 5,488 127,948 300005 American Eptian (Pias) and
233998 Vegetable dyeing and tanning lnd.................Lb...........
extracts, n.s. ...............lb. 525,250 39,948 565,729 30 erilan .pt.an (Pla.) and









246091 Ameeta Egeedia except eage
See Island .................. Bale.................... .....
SEEDS, EdE.T 0. 5s 1 800205 Upland, staple length 1-1/8
inches and over ............. lb. 1,516,699 4 n7t wadi
Grass and field seeds: 300206 Upland, staple length 1-1/8
240100 Alfalfa ......................lb. 3,597 1,526 3,80 inches and over ............ Bale 2,978 ........ .
24000 Red clover ................... lb. 239,868 91,100 2,669 80 301 Upland, staple length 1-1/16
240 00 ege clover .. .e........ .... lb 25.. 8.84...2 ...1.9 0.. thpup to but not Including
240300 Sle p loser............... 24,456 .............59. 010 C1-1/8 Inches ...............Lb. 9,094,445 2 9026,2 20
240400 Other clover ................. Lb. 196.743 53,19 198204 Uplnd style lenth 1-/6
240600 Tiothy ...................... Lb. 1,234089 92,313 1,245,138 uto but not inlud l g










Cotto bu a no manufcluing:
240700 Kentucky blue grss .......... lb 248,702 72,218 265,665 1-1/8 Inches .............. Bale 17 5 .......... .......
240800 Red top ...................... Lb. 104,644 19,51 105 6830 305 Upland. staple length under
241910 Sugar beet sed ............. Lb. 493,180 100,14 502667 1-1/16 inches .............. lb. 92,383,459 18,4,32 96, 9
241920 Orchard grass seed ........... 112,762 8,549 114,268 300306 Upland, staple length under
241930 Fescue grass seed ............ Lb. 118,620 48,475 120,040 1-1/16 inches .............. Bale 184.488..................
241950 Grass seeds, n.se.8 ........... Lb. 2,346,59 a72 2,862,966 Linters:
241990 Field seeds, ne.s ...........Lb. 1,643,28 143,890 1,654,661 30400 CGrades 1 to 8 Ii lusive ...... Lb. 1,414,991 104009
246700 Flower seeds ................... Lb. 9254 29,215 10,194 rades 1 to inclusive.....a 2608
Vegetable seeds:
246850 Carrot seed.................. Lb. 74,422 5,700 76.839 COT SEACTURES
246891 Beet seed, except sugar











b6011 e-ued .. stomed........Lb. Sla$0,882 11,14 8,05adroe
beet seed .................. Lb. 124,596 8,91 14886126 300600 Cotton pulp .................... Lb. 519,627 44,419 59
24892 seed..................Lb. 1162 3 145,970 0 Cotton raga.expt paper atock.lb. 1.337,801 94,814
24689 Radish seed .................. lb. 106,201 ".711 108,509 800900 Cotton battingunglazed wadding,
246894 Rutabaga and turnip seed ..... b. 1,659 656 1,770 carded cotton and roving ...... lb. 260,465 48,403 23
248895 Spinach seed ................. Lb. 8,1e5 1,3 312. Cotton sll wste:
246996 Sweet corn seed ..............b. 816,705 97,661 823,41 Cotton waste
24688 Vgetble eed, ne~e ..... 58,76 37,30 27:19 30030 Cotton bard wastes of yarns and
246898 Vegetable seeds, n.e...... 258,788 847,30 271,190 threads, Including wiping...2b. 234,727 22,777
247500 Seeds, except oilseeds. n~e.e,,.2. 24,456 1,2304 Cotton card strips..........Lb. 203,393 29,725
01050 Conber waste.................lb. 699,397 106,254
NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE STOCK 301060 Other soft wastes............ b 930,391 66,868
Cotton yarn for manufacturing:
25 le,01110 Carded yarn, gray ............ Lb. 445,66 220,640
3500 Flrers and folae. 9ut7 30112 Carded yarn, bleached,
fres, end preserved ............. ........c 92"0 colored and novelty ......... b. 109,363 84,744 282
25"05 Bulbs, roots, corms, pl802 Mrcerzed, all kids. Lb. 289,840 298,
and seedlings ................. No. 15,945,167 52,549 448,223 301310 Combed, except finished or
259998 Nursery and greenhouse stock, mercerized ................ Lb. 211,563 W .508
n.e.s ............................ ........... 77,418 827,72 301820 Combed, finished, except
mercerized .................lb. 6b,459 50,412 8
TOBACCO AND MA UFACTURS
COTTON MANUFACTURERS
Tobacco, unnenufactured:
Leaf tobeco: Cotton thread, twine, cordage
260110 Flue-cured, unstemed ... b. 31503,382 17,110,946 37,452,065 and rope*
260150 Flue-cured, stened ..... 3,7Lb. 3:706,379 2,627,875 4,315,678
260200 Burley ..................... Lb. 437,347 208,069 509,469 301500 Sowing thread............... lb. 66,450 102,460
260300 Dark-fired Kentucky and 301600 Crochet, daring and
Tennessee ................. Lb. 4,321,256 639,770 4,826,124 embroidery cotton........... Lb. 5,948 6,927













:IT 'D mTA'ES EXPORTS'W TX)T"0'9TIC ERCHA'IE-IANGH U46-C nnUes:

Commodityd Shipping Commodity
Cmodity description and unit Net Value Shipcode No. Comodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
(Sched of quantity quantity (dollars) weght (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (onh
(pounds) ole (pounds)
de B)ule B)


GROUP 3.-TE1TILE FIBERS AND GROUP & -TERH FIEERS AND
MANUFACTWS-Continued MANUACTURES-Continued
CTNAFA RE onneCOTTON MANUACTUES-ontinued 007T071 NA34UACTE--ontinusd

Cotton thread, twine, cordage,
and rope-Continued Other cotton fabrics:
01 Tire cord (on cones or warpe).Ib 184,605 107,507 222,728 808000 Knit fabric, in the piece....lb. 15,668 15,975 19,051
01800 Tme, rope, and cordage, 808200 Table damask, in the piece.Sq.yd 82,009 11,789 12,274
except tire cord ............Ib. 399,06 227 ,446 469,989 308400 Tapestry, and other upholstery
Cotton cloth, duck, and tire and drapery materials, plain,
fabric: Jacquardand dobby-woven.Sq.yd. 416,9T73 231,701 192,418
0190 All cotton cloth when exported 308700 Pluahes ................... Sq.yd. 42,342 30,021 28,024
to Philippine Islands to be 308800 Other pile fabrics ........Sq.yd. 239,186 156,926 143,507
embroidered and otherwise 808950 Cotton remnants and fabrics,
manufactured and returned to n.e.s., sold by the pound... Lb. 244,405 122,068 281,700
the United States,.,..q......... q.yd. ............... Cotton wearing apparel:
Unbleached (gray) cloth: 309000 Handkerchiefs ...............Doz. 67,899 82,345 82,667
Tire fabrics: Gloves, cotton, woven, or knit:
0000 Cord tire fabric........Sq.yd. 791,085 377,978 736,835 309110 Work gloves, mtts, and
30100 Other tire fabrics......Sq.yd. 45,449 15,735 35,675 gauntlets, fabric.....Doz.pra 1,309 8,268 3,554
Cotton duck: 809120 Dress and all other..Doz. pro 120 1,148 23?
30s00 eavy filter cloth, hose Knit goods:
and belting duck.......Sq.yd. 44,592 30,151 67,178 Hosiery:
0200 Ounce duck.............. Sq.yd. 428,468 269,943 551,414 309300 Women's.............Doz.pre. 27,025 85,920 42,251
30600 Numbered duck.......... Sq.yd. 146,655 71,356 144,926 309400 Children's..........Doz.pra. 28,118 56,700 25,045
Cotton cloth (gray), medium 309500 Men's ...............Doz.prs. 34,960 97,779 56,073
and coarse yarn fabrics: Underwear, knit:
Not over 40 Inches wide: 309600 Men's and boys'..........Doz. 46,968 147,572 100,660
0310 Drille, twills, and 309700 Women's and children's....Doz. 44,549 137,780 89,594
warp ateens.........Sq.yd. 2,584,568 739,868 1,330,275 30980 Nightwear, knit, women's
30120 Sheatings............ Sq.yd. 5,522,292 758,778 1,701,226 and children's..............No 728 678 428
Over 40 inches wide: 309910 Sweaters, jersey pullovers,
0 Drills, twille, and and sweat shirts, m5n's and
Swap sateens .........Sq.yd 471,847 84,861 179,236 boys'.......................No. 10,954 10,290 6,000
3030 Seetings .............Sq.yd. 1,111,931 189,245 8350,525 309950 Sweaters and shawls, women's
30400 Osnburge (all widths)..Sq.yd. 696,098 107,445 266,515 and children's..............No, 4,427 6,221 2,974
Printoloth yarn (gray) 83990 Knit apparel, n.e.s....N...o. 35,448 39,287 14,811
fabrics (all widths): Garments of woven fabrics:
0600 Tobacco and cheese cloth, 311800 Jackete and windbreakers,
36 x 32 count and lower men's and boys'..........No. 15,829 59,138 29,104
constructions.......Sq.yd. 2,995,393 80,989 147,7541 811400 Overalls, breeches, pants,
303700 Other printeloth yarn aprons, and men's work
fabric constructions, clothing, n.e.s..........Doz. 13,706 240,211 378,886
above 36 x 32 count..Sq.yd. 1,819,449 185,380 341,596 311500 Nightwear, men's and boys'.Dos 1,072 21,589 11,407
303900 Gray cloth, n.e.e .......Sq%,yd. 1,03,728 188,528 220,383 811610 Underwear, man's and boys'.Dos 13,047 60,504 29,268
Finished cloth, bleached, 311710 Work shirt ...............Doz. 1,426 20,098 9,348
Sdyedj,printed, stiffened,or 81720 Shirts, except work shirts,
otherwise converted, and men's and boys' ..........Doz. 15,581 272,829 148,343
colored yarn fabrics: 312000 Clothing of cotton woven
Not over 40 inches wide: fabrics, men's and boys',
Drills, twills, and n.e.a ....................Doz. 38,080 424,101 251,860
warp sateens: 312200 Women's dresses and
304000 Bleached............Sq.yd. 1,637,346 496,707 664,681 ensembles (one, two, and
04 Dyed in the piece...Sq.yd. 2,151,862 758,581 894,374 three piece as one unit)..No. 17,600 32,093 11,847
304120 Printed...........Sq.yd, 1,328,463 384,310 353,104 312400 Women's and children's underSheeting: wear and nightwear, except
304210 Bleached............ Sq.yd. 2,893,481 522,944 920,206 knit.....................Doz. 5,456 24,282 15,812
804220 Dyed in the piece...Sq.yd. 1,208,184 287,915 334,562 312700 Children's outerwear, except
30400 Printed............Sq.yd 1,825,250 373,950 425,479 knit.....................Doz. 4,116 33,242 13,432
Over 40 inches wide: 312900 Women's apparel of woven
304510 Drills, twills, and fabrics, n.e.a ......................... 41,883 17,764
warp sateens .........Sq.yd. 268,480 92,995 106,472 Cotton narrow fabrics, nonSheeting: elastic, not over 12 inches wide:
404810 Bleached........... Sq.yd. 2,842,699 642,764 940,005 314000 Woven belting for machinery..Lb. 27,710 29,791 29,176
304710 Dyed and printed...Sq.yd. 474,681 151,468 181,915 316000 Braids, ribbons, trimmings,
Print cloth yarn fabrics bindings, lacings, tape
(all widths): labels, and webbing............ .......... 106,254 63,112
Carded broadcloth: 316100 Narrow fabrics, n.e.a.................... 53,817 72,814
04800 Bleached............Sq.yd. 568,041 107,875 159,997 Cotton house furnishings:
304910 Dyed in the piece...Sq.yd. 1,226,791 324,649 285,485 Bedding:
04920 Printed.............Sq.yd. 1,017,761 21,009 277,449 317100 Blankets...................No 177,174 209,814 848,011
3050 Cheesecloth and gauzne, 317300 Quilts, comfortableos, and
bleached or dyed quilted bed pads..........No. 59,385 219,957 428,092
(full pieces) ........Sq.yd 2,295,560 83,120 118,080 Bedspreads:
Print cloth: 317500 Candlewick, chenille, and
305110 Bleached........... Sq.yd. 1,571,250 219,567 330,062 tufted..................No. 1,147 4,825 4,409
305210 Dyed in the piece...Sq.yd 262,147 77,268 81,233 817600 Plain, crinkle, dobby
30520 Printed.............Sq.yd 5,815,293 1,066,151 1,110,011 and 7acquard woven......No. 1,640 8,395 4,191
Napped fabrics: 317800 Bed sheets and pillow
010 Cotton flannels, bleached, cases................... Doz. 31,589 309,199 848,824
or colored.........Sq.yd. 1,686,795 291,868 458,805 318100 Curtains and draperies,
805590 Other napped fabrics in except lace.................... ........... 1,638 1,020
the piece..........Sq.yd 110,212 24,221 87,342 318500 laces, embroideries, and
Colored yarn fabrics: articles thereof, n.e.s........ .......... 275,050 105,871
30700 Denims................ Sq.yd. 192,759 47,939 98,110 318700 Terry-woven towels, wash
0500 Suitings, twill-coverts, cloths, and bath nats......Doz. 51,570 212,916 288,008
cottonades ..........Sq,.yd. 706,502 204,617 330,513 318800 Huck, damask and plain-woven
806000 Chambrays, cheriots, towels and toweling ....... .................. 67,206 90,476
and shirtings....... Sq.yd. 1,383,609 380,376 355,247 318900 Other house furnishings, n.e.s .. .......... 37,294 29,558
306100 Colored yarn fabrics, Other fabricated products,
n.e.s ................ Sq.yd. 1,213,963 817,518 374,843 cotton, n.e.s.:
306200 Colored duck and awning Cotton begs:
materials...........Sq.yd. 92,141 37,979 63,750 319110 New........................ Lb. 286,144 187,409 302,730
Fins goods and combed 319111 New (quantity only)........ No. 1,038,909 .......... .............
cotton fabrics, bleached, 319150 Used and reclaimed bags....Lb. 33,752 102,378 340,587
dyed, printed, flock dot 319151 Used and reclaimed bags
or clipped: (quantity only)...........No. 791,898 .......... ...........
806700 Voiles, organdies, lawns, 319600 Canvas articles, n.e.a......... .......... 336,257 289,884
and batistecombed.Sq.Y 1,689,440 379,994 224,944 819900 Cotton manufactures, n.e...... .......... 289,834 463,057
807000 Piques, cmbed,.....Sq.yd. 92,654 31,772 24,294 V TABE IBE AND AC
807300 Marquisettes, cobed.Sq.yd 927,863 147,769 92,074 GTAB FBERS AND MANFACRES
307400 Combed and carded Vegetable fibers, unanufactured:
goods, n.e....... Sq.yd. 4,835,803 1,363,743 1,164,098 320501 Canton....................L. ton .......... .......................
307600 Cotton and wool mixturaee 320503 Fla .. ................... L. ton 18 21,989 40,540
(cotton chief value, 320505 Heap ......................L. ton ..................................
not less than 803 320507 Istle or tampico .......... L. ton .................................
cotton by weiht)..q.yd 6,993 6,458 5,694 820509 Jute......................L. ton .......... .......................
307900 Cotton and rayon nixturea 320511 Kapok ..................... L. ton ................... .............,
(cotton chief value)Sq.y 1,477,205 372,071 394,280 320513 Magusy or cantala.........L. ton ..................... ..............


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U"('"ED STATLE9 EXPERTS OP DO'E''IC )RCHAJDIS tARCH 1948-Contitua


ede No. Commodity desription and unit Neo v alue S code No. Cmcdity desription ad unit et ale
(Sehed- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sbed- of quantity quantity
ale B) (pounds) ule B)

GROUP 3.-TII FIBER AND GR0UP 8.-= Z FBERS AND
MANUTACWES-Continued MANUFACTORE-Cntniud

V3CETABIZ FIBER AND MANEUACTORBB- HAIR AND MANUFACTURE. N.E.S.
Continued
Hair, ueasnufactured:
Vegetable fibers, unemanfatured- 369050 Cattle, ox, calf, asn horse
Continued body hair, new (axsept ear
heir) ......................Lb. 114,417 9
320515 Manile or abace. ..........L.on .......... .......... ............. 369070 Cattle, a, and calf tail
320519 Sisal or hnquen.......... Lton .......... .......... ........... hair, new (switches iluIed).I .8 I
320581 un .......................L.ton .......... ....... ............. 369100 iog hair, new... ......b. 1,55549 125 1,
320598 Other mansaufacturd ibers.L.ton 1 221i 1,077 369350 Horse mane and tail hair,
321100 Jute yarn, cordage, and twine..Lb. 291,986 76,63 397,517 raw or dressed, new......... lb. 1.105
322400 Bas of Jute ................... Lb. 3.608,556 548,544 3,720,505 369510 Other hair, manufactured,
322401 Bags of jute (quantity only).. .No. 3.178,518 .......... ............. raw or dressed, now... b 102,307 63,4
322905 Jute burlaps, except when used 369650 Hair wste an rap hair3 ....lb. ,8 ,
as a covering for other meor- 369700 Hair felt and mafacturesa... Ib. 35.7w ,906 ,
chandise or as a component part 369900 Other hair manufacturea........... .......... 40 4
of other products ............. b. 75,842 5,116 78,728
322998 Other jute manufactures ........ Lb. 65,352 16,202 68,987 SHIX MANFACOTRS
389916 Flaz (linen) fabrics, wide
nd narrow .................... L. 10,208 22,214 11,774 370200 Raw silk...................... .......... ..........
889985 Handkerchiefs, linen...........No. 393 262 538 371000 Trem,organzine ,and hard twistsa.b. .......... .......... ..........
389988 Flax, heap,aend reaeis yarns, end 371100 Spun silk...................... Lb .......... .......... .......
manufactures, n.e.s. (except 371900 Sewingeabroidery, and crochet
twine and eardage, flax silk......,.................166
fabrics and handkerhiefs)................. 10,093 9,866 Fabric wholly or ahiefly of silk:
Cordage, except of cotton or Jute; 372001 Silk cartridge cloth for
341100 Binder twine................. lb. 40 29 45 powder bags................T. .......... .......... .......
31400 Manila cordage...............Lb. 2,305 408 2,434 372005 Silk parachute cloth .........T. ................... .......
341901 Flax twine end cordage....... l. 1,3 94 5,558 1,88 372098 Other broad silks .........Yd. 667 831
8431905 emp and rane twine, cord, 372500 Velvets, pluhes, and
and cordage................. b. 44,616 13,044 44,767 chenilles..................Sq.yd. 701 1,3
341909 Sisal or hbmequen, latle or 372900 Silk and velvet ribbons ........b 206 69
teampico, canton, magecy, Wearing apparel:
pacol, and sunn twine, cord, 374100 Underwear...................No. .......... .....................
and cordeage................. b. 172,841 27,088 179,865 374200 Silk dresses, skirts, and
341998 Other cordage................ lb. 2,661 897 2,903 blouses .....................No. 32 1,06
349500 Oakum.......................... Lb. 12,2228 15,384 136,120 Hosiery:
349909 Sisal or henequen, iatle or 375400 Wemeln' and children's
Tempico, Canton, a Sguey. sealees............Doz.pr. .................... ........
pacol, and ounn yarnes ......... Lb. 5,872 1.,643 6,099 375500 Wan'sa full-fashioned.Doz.prs.......... .......... ........
Kapok 375700 Men's seeks...........Doz.pra. ................... ..........
349913 Life-saving appliances.......... ......... 81,581 36,750 375900 Silk wearing apparel, n.e.s.
349925 Kapok manufactures, n.e.sa ................. 18,116 57,906 (men's, women's, and
349998 Vegetable fibers and manufactures, children's included)..................... .......... .........
n.e.s. (straw or grass menu- 379800 Silk nolls and waste........... lb. ................... ....
faecturese isol.).................. 52,899 252,990 379900 Silk annfactures, n.e.a.................... .,495

WOOL UMMANOFACTURED SYnTETIC TIERS AND MANUFACTURERS

360903 Carpet wools................... lb. 18,829 35,147 19, 385 83005 Nylon waste and staple fiber... b. 16,447 19,04 8
360905 Clothing wool.................. Lb, 20 47 30 383007 Rayon waste and staple fiber. Lb. 250,475 64,02 M,
360907 Combing wool...................lb. .................................. 883009 Other synthetic cut fibers
360911 Hair, Angora (oat (mohair) and waste.................... Ib. 2,127 1,67 2
Cashmere goat, alpaea, and 304005 Nylon yarn, monofilament,
other like hair..............Lb. 24,444 18,960 25,775 bands, and rope............b.. 285 51 3
384007 Spun rayon yarn, single and
WOOL S MIAN FACTURS plied.................... 169,104 10,91 M a
384008 Acetate rayon yarn, monofila362200 Wool rags, woven and knit...... Lb. 147.240 10,435 147,828 meat, band, and rope.........Lb. 910,618 590,37 1,0
362600 Wool noile and waste, mill 804013 Vilcose high-tenacity tire
waste (include garneted, cord or yarn an cones or
picked, and carded)........... Lb. 82.302 18,22.9 84,773 warps, treated, dipped, or
362800 Wool taops (tops of hair in- untreated (fuel-sell highcluded)....................... Lb. 724 1,039 761 tenacity cord or yarn
363300 Wool yarnse ..................... 1. 258,448 358,960 301,249 includad).....................Lb. 597,992 85,081 7,
384015 Viscose and cuprsmoniu
WOOL MANACT RES continuous filament yarn, ansofilament, bands, eand rope,
Fabrics wholly or chiefly of wool: except tire cord or yarn ....... 1,033,691 686,483 15
364200 Wool cloth and dress goods ...1. 2,797,491 6,692,060 3,001,848 384098 Other synthetic yarn, mono364201 Wool cloth and dress goods filament, bends, and rope.... 6,724 5W 8
(quantity only)............. Td. 1,990,665 ....................... 384200 Thread and yarn for sewing,
36400 Mohair cloth.................lb. 48,433 111,262 55,948 embroidering, handlknitting
364301 Mohair cloth (quantity only).Yd. 59,156 .......... ,............. and crocheting................b. 4,301 ,667 8
364900 Other wool fabrics........... lb. 15,433 45,017 17,660 Piece goods, wholly or
366200 C rpets and rugs of wool ....Sq.yd. 12,291 54,672 36,253 chiefly of synthetic
366300 Wool felts, except woven ...... Lb. 6,085 5,040 6,606 fibers:
366400 Wool felts,woven, for mahines..Ib. 52,02 113,691 54,555 384500 Pile (velvets, etc.)........Lb 20,483 37,84 a
366600 Wool blankets.................. lb. 779,645 1,669,048 825,402 384501 Pile velvett, eta.)-quentity
366601 Wool blanket (quantity only)..No. 194,434 .........,................... ...only....................Sq.yd 2,66
Wool wearing apparel: 384800 Knit fabric, in the pi ece....Ib. 79,890 204,08 ,
367500 Knit bathing suits..........Doz. 652 18,378 4,738 884920 Upholstery and drapery
367600 Knit sweaters for men, fabrics, wider than
women, and children........Doz. 2,300 56,331 20,7357 42 inches, woven,
367700 Wool knit goods, n.e.s, except pile.................b 11,608 26,B ,
(men's, women's, and 386921 Upholstery and drapery
children's included ........... ........ 86,288 37,602 fabrics wider than 42
368005 MeVn's overcoats, suits, and inches, woven, except
pants......................... No. 82,189 1,196,668 450. 7 pile-quantity only.......Sq.yid. 5.6 .......... ...........
368098 Boys overcoats, suits, and Woven filament yarn fabrics,
pants........................ No. 8,265 64,756 21,407 n.e.s......................................... .. ...*
368200 Wmn's and children's dresses 384925 Card-tire and fual-cell
and ensemblesexcept knit.....No. 5,394 64,217 11.121 fabric (treated, dipped,
368300 Women'a and children's apparel, or untreated)............lb. 1,004,08 669,84 1,059,
except knit, n.e.a .............. .......... 189,488 59,979 384926 Cord-tire and fuel-aell
368950 Mna and boys' apparel, eacept fabric (treated, dipped,
knit, n.e.8 ................................ 62,095 23802 or untreated), quamn.only. q.yd 1,162,132 .......... ...........
368998 Wool or mohair manufacturesa,n.e.a. .......... 26,078 58,483 38490 Printed....................b. 177,563 469,2 205




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UNITED STATEE EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC VERCHANISE-MARCH iv45--Continued


C t S p Comodity piping
emodity description and unit Net Value c. ode No. Commodity description and unit Net Value
(84e of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounde (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pound )
B) ~~~pounds) ueB ons

GROUP 3.-T FIBERS AND GROUP S.-TERLE FIBERS AND
MANUFACTURES-Continued MANUFACWRES-Continued

SYllHETIC FIBERS AND MLSCELLANEOUS TEXTIZ PRODUCTSMANUFACTURES-Continued Continued
Piece goods wholly or chiefly of Mattresses, cotton, kapok, moass,
synthetic fibers-Continued and hair:
Woven filament yarn fabrics, 397005 Mattresses, kapok ............No. 6 87 290
nes,-Continued 397098 Mattresees, cotton, moss,
8981 Printed.w-quantity only.Sq.yd. 84,074 .......... ............. and hair .................... No. 2,660 33,835 109,274
38492 Other (greige, white, 398000 Absorbent cotton, sterilized
piece-dyed eand yarn- gauze, and sterilized bandages.1b 1,669,583 623,992 1,916,943
dyed included) ............... 439,355 860,170 498,849 lasetic webbing, woven, knit
384953 Other (greige, white, or braided:
piece-dyed and yarn-dyed 396 00 Not over 1-1/2 inches wide...Yd. 209,150 12,919 3,671
included)-quantityonly.Sq.yd 1,731,575 .......... ............. 399000 Over 1-1/2 inches wide....... Yd 16,477 5,809 3,807
Woven spun rayon fabrics, 399400 Garters, arm bands, suspenders,
n.e..: end braces,...................... .......... ?6,482 32,800
384960 Printed................... Ib. 96,991 188,825 111,960 Clothing, military, air and
84961 Printed-quantity only..Sq.yd. 240,439, ....................... naval, not identifiable by
84970 Other (greige, white, material under specific clothing
piece-dyed, and yarn-dyed classes:
included)................ Lb. 148,442 278,648 172,645 399501 Personal end organizational............... 114,894 26,319
3071 Other (greige, white, 399505 Aviation........................ .......... 25 12
piece-dyed and yarn-dyed 399507 Special for parachute troops.... .......... .......... .............
included)-quantity only.Sq.yd 334,538 .......... ............. 399509 Special for nurses ........................ .......... .............
384990 Remnants and mill ends (less 399511 Special for armored forces...... .......... .......... .............
than 10 yards in length)... lb. 241,422 241,448 278,805 399515 Special for cold weather. ..........................................
385000 House furnishinges................. .......... 16,690 39,026 399517 Gas protective ciothing,military .......... .......... .............
Outerwear, women's and children's: 399519 Clothing, military and air,n.e.e .......... 20 7
3852 Dresses and ensembles, except 399521 Naval clothing.................. .......... .......... .............
knit or crocheted (one, two, 399900 Textile manufactures, n.e.es ....... .......... 544,078 1,361,984
and three piece ensembles as
one unit)...................No. 74,227 517,673 75,250 GROUP4.-WOOD AND PAPE ....... .......... 15,9885383 519,480,857
385205 Other outerwear, except knit
or crocheted............... .No. 13,525 40,749 9,211 WOOD, U8NANUFACTURED
10 ressroc ated enemble a kit ogs and hewn timber (indicate
or crocheted ( one. two, and qatt cl)
three piece ensembles as quardwoodntity scale:
Hardwoods:
one unit)O................. 111 400100 Ash end hickory ........ M bd.ft 17 1,406 75,280
1860 Other outerwear knit or 4020 Cottonwood end aspen. .M bd.ft.........................
crocheted...................... .......... 15,001 3,721 400400 Walnut............... M bd.ft 20 5,779 190,700
Hosiery:4040 wlu.........Mbft.0 5,71970
ol's nd hildres: 400600 Hardwood burls ........M bd.ft ............. ......................
09o..............Dozpr05 Mahogany logs ......... M bd.ft ..................... .............
S Nyoner s.........t.. 400907 Lignum-vitae logs ..... M bd.ft ..................... .............
S85490 Other synthetic
textiles ..............Doz.pr. 42,80 29,96 8,958 400909 Tak logs ............ M bd.ft. ................... .............
35600 textiles soks..............Doz.pr. 7,645 28,587 11,1398 400998 Other hardwood logs end
3 10 Init underwearsok ...............Doz.r. 7,518 47,673 11,13257 timber............... M bd.ft. 1,607 62,486 9,528,263
71 Ml unerwmear... ..... ......Don. 7,1 768 17,237 Softwoods:
572 Woven underwear ..............Doz. 6,037 87,431 19,100 0 o l s fir.......... M bdft. 502 20,160 1,606,200
8570 Sleeping and lounging garments, woVi......Ibdf 52 010 66.o
kniD401400 Hemlock............... K bd.ft ..................... .............
knit or woven................Doz. 1,389 86,50 8,213 Cedar:
3850 Ribbons ....... .................................. 68,506 18,090 401600 Western red ........ bd.ft ................... ............
85850 Braids, fringes, and narrow Port Orford.........M bd.ft. ..........
trimmingas, except hat braids ............... 31,656 11,113 40100 Other ......... bd.ft. 7.......
885900 Synthetic textile manufactures, 40100 Other M bd.ftsoftwoo 739 1 and
n.e.s............................ ........... 129,964 68,323 timber............... M bd.ft. 538 16,038 3,249,305
MISCE US TE PRODUCTS Railroad ties, hewn:
M fOU T DWTS 402600 Creosoted, or otherwise
890100 Linoleum.....................Sq.yd 51,355 34,940 272,877 4treated................ M bd.ft. 186 13,205 992,214
39000 ........floor coverings... Sq.yd. 439,311 119,333 1,363,381 40300 Other .....M bd.ft. 308 9,4 1,070,050
Felt-base for elt e 403108 Creosoted piling ........... Lin.ft. 10,080 8,622 475,930
and waOilcloth ...................or shelf, table 2078 79022 403200 Other piling...............Lin.ft. 48,958 23,332 1,662,274
wndwaell..................Sq.yd. 1106660 ,78 66 403400 Telegraph, trolley, and
9100 Window-shade clothlltypes).Sq.yd. 16,429 ,7146 electric-light poles .......... No. 24,836 81,153 2,276,589
9 Bo141 k olh (ll to e): 403900 Firewood and other ummanu1941 F rln-oated orfetrdwo114,8
impregnated............. Sq.yd, 21,152 7,024 7,824 factured wood.............................. 8,242 1,145,558
391430 Starch filled.............Sq.yd. 160,760 33,726 47,174 SAWMILL PRODUCTS
S9150 Pyroxylin-coated or Sawed timber, 5 inches or larger
Impregnated fabrics ........Sq.yd. 185,862 91,010 101,378 in least dimenesion:
391700 Coated or mlapregnated Softwoods, not treated:
fabrics, n.e. .............Sq.yd. 566,994 232,85 283,268 406000 Southern pine...... ..M bd.ft. 1,131 103,339 4,973,620
891800 Waterproof outer garments, 406300 Doglas fir...........M bd.ft. 2,751 120,347 8,981,835
except rubber and rubberized. .No. 14.348 64,660 32,013 406300 Cedar ................. NMbd.ft .................... .............
910 Corsets, brassieres, and 406900 Other ................. bd.ft. 111 7,3 324,492
girdles, except rubber 2 407900 Hardwoods, not treated..M bd.ft. 70 7,232 279,816
rubberized....................No. 268,207 266,424 79,623 0reosotedor otherwise treated:
8900 Neckties, cravats, mufflers 408000 Southern pins. rebd.ft13 43,37
and scarves(all fibers) ...... Dos. 13,849 90,718 15,94 40800 other ......... bd 108 9,070 437575
894010 Hat braids, strips and sheets, 40500 Other ................. M bd.ft. 22 75,000
Boards, planke,and soantllngs,les
of natural fibers............Yd. 603,573 10,317 3,815 than inches in least dimension:
294050 Hat braids, strips and shoots, Softwoods:
wholly or pertly of synthetic 410000 Cypress ............... M bd.ft. 145 15,557 512,462
textiles ...................... 673,79 2,842 7,435 Douglas fir:
Hats, bonnets, hoods, caps 410100 Rough. ........... M bd.ft. 5,752 332,859 18,716,721
Hat nd hat bodies of straws',: 410200 Dressed............M bd.ft. 1,462 94,929 3,975,160
Hats ed hat bodies of straw, Southern pine:
94 palm .. ............N 2,259 2,245etc.: 410300 Rough ............... M bd.ft 4,487 338,832 18,029,815
Harvest. ...............No. 2 1,194 10400 Dressed ............. M bd.ft. 1,177 8,838 3,752,443
r:94400 Swed....................No 16054 32,5 7,817 410610 Ponderosa pine........ M bd.ft. 849 55,505 2,488,228
400 Seed...................No. 16,8 3, 7,617 410650 White pine............ bd.ft. 930 54,465 2,549,948
Woven.................... 16,536 30,917 14,368 410720 Port Orford edar.....M bd.ft. 24 1,726 86,000
95100 Men's and boys' fur-felt 410790 Other cedar .........M bd.ft. 120 9,873 473,680
hats and hat bodies.........No. 36,899 133,607 23,705 410800 Redwood............. bd.ft. 359 24,414 1,364,660
693880 Woeans and girls' fur-felt 410900 Spruce ................ M bd.ft 302 24,097 906,065
hats and hat bodies. No 7,407 17,397 3,921 411200 Hemlock .............. M bd.ft 24 840 80,000
395300 Wool-felt hats end hatbodies.No 140,421 400,408 113,538 411600 Other softwoods ....... M bd.ft ............25 330
Other hats, caps, and berets: Hardwoods:
3957O Mnit and crocheted.........No. 5,860 2,221 1,307 411700 Ash...................M bd.ft. 204 23,819 823,415
395800 Woven fabric...............No. 117,093 185,403 42,696 411800 Dirch, beech, and maple.M bd.ft 851 97,814 3,781,812
896800 Artificial or ornamental flowers, 411900 Chestnut..............M bd.ft. .................... .............
fruits, vegetables, grasses, 412000 Cottonwood............M bd.ft 298 16,010 963,859
grains, leaves, stems, or parts 412100 Gum, red and sap....M bd.ft 197 12,926 711,570
thereof (all materials).................... 8,270 14,688 412200 Gum, tupelo and black. bd.ft.59 3,443 210,623



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UNITED STATES EXPERTS OF DOMESTIC MERCANDISE-ARCH 1945-Continue

Cameodit Shipping Agglagit
code S. Conaodity description and unit Net Value code No. Cmodity description and un Talu
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollar() ) (Sched- of quantity qantity (dole)
ule B) ule 9)

O0UP 4.-WOD AD PAPER-Coant. OUP 4.- WOOD AND PAPB&-Cant.
SAlfMILL PMWODCTS (LUMER)-Zont. PAPER BASB STOCKS
Boards, planks, and acantlinge, 460000 Pulpoods.....................Cord 48 66 1 040
less than 5 inches in least Wood pulp (air-dry weight):
dimension-Contdmed Sulfit* wood pulp, blached&
Hardwoods-Continued 460100 Rayon and special chemical
412300 Hictory...............M bd.ft. 84 7,295 426,648 grades. ...........S.tor 2,002 140,415 4,%
412400 Oak................... bd.ft. 5,4858 57,059 15,895,757 460200 Other ....................S.ton 794 79,7 1, ,
412500 Popl, ............... bd.ft. 50 5,866 139,548 460400 Sumta wood pulp,
412600 Walnut ................M d.ft. 76 9,690 311,400 unbleached ...............S.t 1,95 2,9
412700 Mahogany ............. .M bd.ft. 44 10,7486 107,700 460600 Soda wood pulp........... ,913 171,5W ,
41200 Magnolia ..............M bd.ft. .......... .......... ............. 46000 Sulfate wood pulp,
412900 Ligaum-vitae .......... M bd.t. 1,125 12,060 unbleached .... ....... ....o 10,566 605, 21
413000 Teak .................. M bd. ft. ......... .......... ............. 461000 Sulfate wood pulp,
41100 Oak flooring .......... M bd.ft. 571 52,271 1,14D,909 bleached .................S.o 1,477 112, 5,1
413200 Other hardwood floor- 461900 Screenings and other
ing .................. M bd.ft. .......... .......... ............. wood pulp ................. S.to 20 11, 3
413400 Wagon-oak planks ...... M bd.ft. 46 6,901 240,900 Paper base stocks, n.e.s.j
Small hardwood dimensionstock Rags for paper stocks
415600 except squares ...... bd.ft. 381 56,115 1,975,490 469000 Valued 0 or over per ton.S.to, 105 15,57 2
415700 Oak squares ......... M bd.ft. 14 1,350 61,100 46910D Valued Mnder $50 per ton... 227 5,470 ,
413800 Other squad es.. .... bd.ft. 47 4,811 181,850 Other paper stocks
413900 Other hardwoods.......M bd.ft. 218 27,422 555,467 Waste paper,
Box shocks 469806 Overisae news ...............Lb. 2,094 70 2,
414000 White, ponderosa, and engar 46909 Other.......................Lb. 1,146,717 12,06 1
pine.................. bd.ft. 35 3,062 122,100 469998 Other paper stock.........Lb. 52,547 2,90
414100 Southern pine........... M d.ft .............................
414200 Hemlock and spruce......M bd.ft. 57 2,675 56,400 PAPER, RELATED PRODUCTS
414800 Gum.....................31 bd.ft. 6 984 1q,300 AND MANUFACTURES
414900 Other................... M b.ft. 1,144 325,618 4,206,654
Railroad ties, saweds Printing papers
415600 Creosotedor otherwise 471200 Standard newsprint...........Lb. 12,7 ,788 417,010 15,000,
treated................ M bd.ft. 778 39,3580 3,791,855 471400 Book paper, not coated......Lb. 5,278a,52 526,761 5,
415900 Other.................. M bd.ft. 1,363 67,055 8,184,028 472000 Cover paper...................Lb. 598,730 80,669
472100 Oreaseproof and waterproof
WOOD MANUFACTUES paper.........................Lb. 3,648,882 706,550 ,
472300 Wrapping pa er, except kraft...Lb, 308,481 500,919 ,41,
Cooperages 472400 Kraft wrapping paper..........Lb. 1,04,847 94,2
420110 Tight staves, new ...........No. 881,358 115,105 2,842,562 472500 Surface-coated paper..........Lb. 2,100,583 411,9 245,
420150 Tight staves, used...........No .......... .......... ............. Tissue and crepe papers
420200 Slack staves.................No. 50,529 1,756 104,760 472605 Cigarette paper (except cork
420300 Tight heading................Set 24,909 25,017 411,875 paper), cigarette books, and
420400 Slack heading................Set 7,920 1,011 14,906 book covers...................Lb. 1,239,941 593,SS 1,475,
420500 Tight shocks.................Set 47,004 249,250 3,484,605 472698 Other tissue and crepe paper...Lb. 2,160,295 242,121 2,2,
420600 Slack shooks................Set 1,230 5,664 18,982 472800 Toilet paper...................Lb. 1,530,266 12,07 1,429
420910 Tight empty barrels, casks, 472900 Paper towels and napkins......Lb. 277,951 24,42 291
and hogsheads, new..........No. 5,194 10,887 142,015 473000 Kraft container board..........Lb. 8,559,021 24,421 6,79,
420950 Tight empty barrels, caska, 473100 Other box board (paper board
and hogaheads, used.........No. 21,016 55,916 1,870,017 and strawiboard)...............Lb. 5,094,75 36,157 53
421401 Plywood, aero grade.........Sq.ft. 1,640,844 155,276 2,106,503 473200 Bristols and bristol board... *.Lb. 1,406,114 147,060 1526
421405 Plywood, hardwood, except se 473300 Other paperboard, except
grad ...................... Sq.ft. 2,250,712 276,014 1,648,001 container and boxboard........Lb. 4,71,744 270,721 4,
421407 Plywood, douglas fir, except aero 473500 Sheathing and building paper...Lb. 11,194,756 493,004 11, ,
grade.....................Sq.ft. 6,450,015 520,677 8,106,620 473600 Fiber insulation board (7/16 inch
421409 Plywood, softwood, except doaglas and over in thicknesas).....Sq.ft. 5,867,703 186,05 4, ,
fir and aro grade........Sq.ft. 2,609 272 1,702 47300 Wall board of paper or pulp (1/8
Veneers, except aero grades to less than 7/16 Inch in
421601 Fancy, race, or figured...Sq.ft. 1,108,570 44,199 153,906 thickness).................Sq.ft. 2,825,388 97,241 1,965,
421603 Utility or commercial.....Sq.ft. 5,695,157 67,100 684,919 474100 Blotting paper .................Lb. 164,666 32,148 6
421605 Veneer, saero grade.........Sq.ft. 5,809,137 109,392 754,600 475000 Filing folders, index cards, and
422100 Veneer packages for fruite and other office forms (plain or
vegetables ..................... .......... 155,402 3,750,175 printed)......................Lb. 121,217 6,21 141,
422200 Lath............................M 48 525 21,250 476000 Papeteries (fancy writing
422500 Shingles......................Sq. 568 3,281 87,18 paper).......................Lb. 6,105 2,475 ,
422600 Doors .........................No. 5,531 27,758 240,778 476100 Writing paper, except fancy ... Lb. 12,70,626 1,686,221 14,316
422800 Tria and moldings..........Lin.ft. 167,562 5,715 26,425 477500 Paper hangings or wallpaper...Ib l3 109,105 27,822 12,
423000 Venetian blind slat ........................ 13 400 Paper bags:
423100 Venetian blinds ...............No. 716 4,522 8,458 477700 Heavy shipping sack type.....Lb. 1,382,501 128,00 1,4,
425200 Sash and blinds, n.,e.........No. 1,926 3,913 86,560 477800 Otbher........................Lb. 870,809 117,802 955,
423950 Prefabricated and ready-cut Boxes and cartons:
houses.......................No. 894 823,644 14,057,895 478100 Heavy fiber shipping containers
423990 Other millwork and house fixtures .......... 16,908 153,270 of corrugated or solid
Furniture of woods container board.............Lb. 757,898 45,891 779,
424200 Chairse, chief value wood....No. 11,746 55,104 100,540 478200 Other........................Lb. 452,389 94,56 B
424400 Office furniture and store 479500 Envelopea......................Lb. 217,311 41,717 2
fixtures ...................... ....... 27,366 74,140 479500 Vulcanized fiber shete, stripe,
424700 Other wood furniture, chief rods, and tubea.............. Lb. 723,629 29,516 4,
value wood............................... 151,623 465,716 479700 Cash-regiater and addingmachine
42400 Wood furniture, chief value paper........................Lb. 225,28 20,73 22,
upholstery .................... .......... 47,49 98,457 479900 Paper, related products, and ansm426000 Boat oars and paddles.........No. 5,237 18,710 87,089 features, n.e.s ...............Lb. 2,885,883 658,0 50,
Handles
428500 Plow and similar bent GOUP 5.-NNMETALLIC MIJiI RALS ......... 124,448,32 8,545,860,
handles...................Dos. 676 5,597 31,105
428600 Hoe, fork, shovel, broom, mop, COAL AND RE.ATED FELS
and other long handles.....Dos. 16,054 15,141 238,248
428800 Striking tool handles.......Dos. 25,764 486,985 356,641 Coals
Pencil slate, 500100 Anthracite.................L.ton 293,893 3,27,500 65,871
429100 Eastern red cedar...........Lb. 61,066 7,484 66,756 500200 Bituminous.................L.ton 799,891 5,284,336 1,92,991,
429200 Increase cedar...............Lb. 285,594 38,417 289,120 500300 Coal and coke briquets .......L.ton 11,39 87,784 25,550,
429850 Wooderware (kitchen and household) .......... 32,618 105,404 500400 Coke, except petroleum
429900 Wood manufactures, n.e.s.......... .......... 252,588 3,501,966 coke........................L.ton 6,882 740,520 187,97

CORK AND MANUFACTURES PETH M AND PRUCTS

430000 Cork wood or bark unmansfacturedALb. 28,025 2,839 28,025
430200 Disks, washers, and wafers.....Lb. 87,061 253,098 93,236 501105 Crude petroleum (except motor uels
450500 Stoppers......................Lb. 9,462 14,688 10,577 not less than 80 Octane...... Bbl. 1,528,120 2,339,740 475,282
430600 Cork insulation...............Lb. 60,64 11,504 64,058 501107 Crude petroleum (except lubri430700 Manufactures of artificial, eating oils) not less than
composition, or compressed 60 Octane................... Pbl. 1,654 14,706 7,
co k, n.e.s ...................Lb. 189,234 76,873 216,070 01198 Other crude petroleum oils,
430900 Manufactures of natural cork, n.e. ......................Bbl. 236,163 368,446 7,425,
n.e.s ........................Lb. 297,256 77,711 309,472 501200 Ntural gasoline..............Bbl. 16,859 48,609 4,687,



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UNI'I'ED STATEt 'UtTS UF DOuESTIC ME.RuCuAIS-MARCH i945-Conwtnu

CommodityShipping ommodity sipn
Commodity description and unit Not Value cin ode No. Comodity description and unit Net. Value
(Schd- of quantity quantity (dollarn) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) pounded )
ulu B) ule 8)

GROUP 5.-NNMETALLIC GROUP 5.-MNMETALLIC
MINEWALS--Continued MINSRALS--Corntimed
PETROLEUM AND PlODUCTS-Cont.
M CLAY AND PRODUCTS
Refined oils:
Motor fuel and gasoline: 550500 Fire cley ....................L.ton 6,896 44,704 15,119,571
50125 Blending agents of petroleum $50907 Kaolin (china clay) ..........Lton 1,145 11,055 2,550,085
origin..................Gal. 8,644,670 1,744,721 51,204,173 5350912 Other clays ...................L.ton 5,051 88,555 11,555,447
Aviation motor fuels% Pottery:
501605 High Octane motor fuels.Bbl. 5,765,526 46,581,898 1,446,578,447 552000 Table and kitchen articles
501696 Medium Octane motor and utensils ...............Dos. 113,676 254,14 1,155,406
fuels .................. Bbl. 27,458 97,280 7,671,158 Sanitary articles707 Other motor fuel and 555200 Closet bowls and water-closet
gasoline................. Bbl. 5,275,220 18,004,524 859,599,541 sets....................Piece 14,264 200,867 1,52,242
01798 Other motor fuelsand 535500 Lavatories, sinks, etc... Piece 10,610 116,602 704,211
gasoline, n.e,.........Bbl. 2,927,008 12,879,144 785,560,459 555400 Sanitary fixtures and
501900 Naptha, mineral spirits, fittings, and parts, n.e,.*. ............. 24,914 1245,524
solvents, and other finished Electrical porcelain
light products.............Bhl. 88,558 489,977 25,527,054 5355500 For less than 6600 volts...Lb. 769,152 175,412 904,551
502700 Kerosene....................Bl 470,879 837,509 153,529,562 553600 For 6600 volta and over.... Lb. 151,716 57,042 184,470
50000 Gas oil and distillate fuel 5553800 Other pottery................... .......... 91,148 660,141
oil........................Bbl. 2,480,410 7,219,266 747,104,681 Firebrick:
505100 Residual fuel oil........... Bbl. 1,058,846 2,271,329 351,586,887 556100 Chroe brick and shapes......Lb. 879,449 51,061 8089,6856
Lubricating oils: 556200 Magnesits brick and shapes...Lb. 1,555,810 68,565 1,552,079
000 Red and pale............. Bbl. 66,045 725,915 22,207,247 Silica brick:
5000 Black .....................Bbl. 7,579 53,860 2,752,210 556500 Standard 9-inch series....... M 118 9,699 757,496
Cylinder, 556400 Other shapes................. M 440 59,740 2,601,617
505510 Bright stocks........... Bbl. 6,171 78,958 1,901,240 Fire-clay brick:
50520 team refined stocks ....Bbl. 5,155 59,248 1,588,955_ 556600 Standard 9-inch series....... M 2,040 124,755 14,545,009
505600 Insulating or transformer 5586700 Other shapes................. M 1,459 150,795 10;755,755
oils.....................Gal. 502,660 104,056 2,520,654 556800 lirebrick, n.e.s .............Lb. 2,671,552 107,552 2'4879,474
505900 Light lubricating oils in 556900 Other brick...................... M 545 8,901 1,460,555
small pEckages..........Gal. 15,410 17,872 155,445 57000 Earthen floor and wall
Aviation lubricating'oils: tiles.....................Sq.ft. 225,097 71,205 618,715
504001 High viscosity index High-temperature or refractory
grade.................. Bh. 215,588 5,221,878 70,795,197 cement.
504 Medium viscosity index 557505 Chromite base mixtures.......Lb. 191,960 11,416 203,459
grade..................Bbl. 114,895 1,682,081 58,469,291 537598 Other........................Lb. 1,187,454 27,246 1,205,497
504098 Lubricating oils, n.e........ 124,177 1,904,098 44,010,589 557900 Other terra-cotta aend ceramic
504100 Lubricating greases, except manmfactures..................... .......... 25,405 1,540,068
graphite lubricants...........Lb. 6,061,355 594,671 6,928,956
504200 Petrolatum and petroleum jelly.Lb. 4,266,470 224,461 4,956,101 OTHER NODMETALLIC MIERALS,
4300 Liquefied petroleum gases......Lb. 9,751,484 115,409 9,841,688 INCLIUDING PRECIOUS
Paraffin wax:
5045 Unrefined ....................Lb. 5,685,586 264,252 6,044,1534 Abrasives:
504600 Refined and semi-refined..... Lb. 9,388,2U52 670,480 9,632,425 540500 Wheels of emery and corundum.Lb. 21,259 15,252 50,556
504700 Petroleum asphalt............L.ton 12,448 520,547 29,505,381 540600 Grindstones.................. Lb. 527,451 55,876 548,458
04800 Petroleum coke...............L.ton 15,058 201,968 35,696,554 540905 Diamond grinding wheels......Lb. 527 9,255 594
505200 Natural gas............... M cu.ft. 1,118,276 154,464 55,447,275 540910 Diamond dust...............Carat 8,565 8,826 14
505900 Petroleum products, n.e.s.....Gal. 245,328 176,554 1,915,429 540920 Emery powder.................Lb. 9,284 2,651 10,225
540998 Other natural abrasives, hones,
STONE YDRALIC CEMETAND LIME and whetstones..............Lb. 7,581,257 192,655 7,594,425
541105 Steel abrasives.............. Lb. 1,105,291 56,242 1,115,765
0 arble and other xilding an 541198 Artificial abrasives, crude
monumental stone, rough or and in grains, except steel
dressed................... Cu.ft. 9,559 24,757 1,810,470 abrasives...................Lb. 7,865,555 595,298 8,025,575
512700 Manufactures of stone, 541200 Wheels of artificial
n.e.s., except crushed stone..... .......... 17,914 256,861 abrasives................... Lb. 3,455,022 1,261,459 4,511,510
pdraulic cement: 541500 Steel wool................... Lb. 185,277 55,954 225,154
516400 Standard portland...........Bl. 559,780 814,564 156,715,426 541800 Abrasive paper and cloth... Ream 10,021 109,174 315,625
516500 White nonstaining and other.Bbl. 20,094 82,867 7,664,095 541900 Other artificial abrasives,
51000 Concrete and cement manu- hones, ans whetatones.......Lb. 59,852 52,168 70,276
factures........................ .......... 14,166 572,645 Asbestos:
517100 Lime...........................Lb. 5,484,744 15,755 3,517,208 iUnmanufactured, crude and fiber:
545108 Fibers, 5/8 in. or more in
LASS A PrrTS length..................L.ton 6 257 11,288
LASS AD PROTS 545198 Other....................L.ton 5 257 7,211
521200 Plate glass.................Sq.ft. 579,809 212,578 1,610,060 545500 Paper, billboard, and
521500 Cylinder, crown, and sheet roll board..................Lb. 50,224 2,667 54,590
glass..................... Sq.ft. 4,382,679 299,590 7,568,586 545400 Pipe covering and cement..,..Lb. 599,601 25,565 456,185
Laminated glass and manufactures: 545510 Textiles and yarn............Lb. 20,778 10,929 25,095
52750 Bulletproof glass ............... .......... 1,416 1,215 545550 Packing..................... Lb. 261,188 155,685 515,064
521790 Other..................................... 16,541 94,265 Brake lining:
521800 Rlled glass, except 5458600 Molded and semimolded......Lb. 201,410 151,484 252,591
colored....................Sq.ft. 198,800 25,591 542,140 545700 Woven.................. Lin.ft. 48,520 51,565 52,052
Rolled, cylinder, crown, and Clutch facing:
sheet glass, oebscured by 545810 Molded and seminolded......No. 101,909 40,972 61,697
coloring prior to solidifica- 545850 Woven......................No. 95,680 46,494 58,219
tion, not less then 1/4 inch Brake blocks:
in thickness...............Sq.ft. 37,675 17,851 187,421 545901 Molded and semimolded.....No. 52,705 20,185 57,593
525005 Optical glas, except 545905 Woven...................... Lb. 277 264 507
opthalmic.....................No. 459,258 21,081 50]17 545915 Sheets.......................Lb. 255,881 355,222 270,664
523098 Other glass...................... .......... 159,172 869,397 545998 Asbestos manufactures, n.e.s..Lb. 415,642 57,499 475,225
Unfilled glass containers: Asphalt and bitumen, natural,
52200 Pharamaceutical and prprietary except petroleum asphalt:
ware..................................... 258,571 3,227,581 547000 Unmaafactured............ L.ton 5,569 78,841 7,548,824
523400 Beverage bottles................ .......... 540,284 17,584,751 547100 Manufactures, n.e.s..........Lb. 5,796,804 106,595 4,191,007
525600 Other unfilled glass Graphite, natural:
containers............................... 185,908 5,575,696 547201 Ceylon amorphous.............Lb. 17,269 1,149 19,510
Tumblers, drinking glasses, and 547205 Flake, crystalline lump
stemware (plain, cut, engraved, or chip.....................Lb. 11j804 1,526 15,522
or otherwise decorated): 547298 Other natural graphite.......Lb. 105,854 4,655 108,084
523710 Machine-made................ No. 4,988,085 156,520 2,055,285 Carbon or graphite products
525720 Hand-made................... No. 109,815 16,979 64,740 547500 Electrodes for furnace or
Table and kitchen glassware, electrolytic work...........Lb. 4,519,153 417,687 4,926,229
n.e.s., plain, cut, engraved, 547400 Brushes and stock......................... 45,076 41,01
or otherwise decorated: 547800 Lighting carbons .............No. 1,741,754 78,400 105,981
524012 Machine-aade................ No. 4,642,602 543,907 5,475,686 548098 Carbon or graphite products,
24018 and made....................No 213,598 60,284 284,564 n.e.s.................................... .. 227,600 1,845,597
5500 Lamp chimneys and lantern globes.. .......... 26,836 109,860 Gypsum,and manufactures
o626100 bes and shades for lighting 548500 Crude, crushed or ground...L.ton 28 486 57,580
fixtures................ ........ ........... 88,573 485,927 548400 Calcined (plaster of paris).L.ton 545 17,825 1,222,075
529100 Chemical glassware............ Lb. 125,926 107,513 199,428 548500 Plaster board and
5292 Glass electric insulators ......Lb. 98,385 6,610 114,535 wall board...............Sq.ft. 734,264 21,014 945,575
529900 Other glassware ......................... 471,686 2,826,629 548700 Other...................................... 12,574 605,150



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC I ICHANDISE-uRCH wo-Con1nuou

Comdity Slp odty Sbipdm
Cooode No. City description end unit Net Value Smdn
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)


OUP S.-OIETALLIC GIDTP 6.-METALS AND MANUMINERAL-contimedi FACTUIFLS, EXCEPT MACHINERY
OTIER NoNMETALLIC MINRALS, AND VEHICLES-Continued
INCLtDING FHECIOUS-.-Continued IRON AND STEEL SEMDIANUFACTURES--Contirtied
549000 Sock wool and other semi-rigid
and "fill" mineral insulating Iron and steel plates, sheets,
materials, except glass wool ..... .......... 87,559 1,262,798 akelp, and stripa-Contirs4d
Micar 603110 Containing no alloy..........Lb. 20,827,05 618,245 20,0,
551000 Uuafactured .............. Lb, 16,050 527 18,327 605150 Stainless steel ............Lb. 20,941 7,6
Manufactured and Manufactures, 603190 Alloy steel, except
551200 Oroud or pulverized .........Lb. 165,033 6,281 164,581 stainless ..............,Lb. 2,180,844 2W,917 2,192,1
551300 ther........ .........Lb. 18,415 21,360 21,201 605200 Skeip iron or steel ..........Lb. 26,948,645 580,768 26,95L,969
Sulfur: Iron and steel sheets,
571400 Cruds ..................... L.ton 76,010 1,311,200 170,262,212 galvanized:
571500 Crushed, ground, refined, 605300 Iron sheets ................Lb, 1,107,576 54,915 1,114,02
sublimed, and flowers .......Lb. 4,005,999 94,145 4,041,225 605400 Steel sheets ...............Lb. 25,652,642 1,010,290 2,0,27
572250 Magnesite and magnesia, end Steel sheets, black,
manufactures .................Lb. 1,262,105 58,990 1,538,223 ungalvanized:s
572400 Salt...........................Lb. 19,864,161 92,717 20,615,297 603510 Not containing alloy.......Lb. 149,868,45 5,019,727 11A 00
573600 Tale, steatite, soapstone, and 603550 Stainless steel............Lb. 201,905 88,518 2,44
pyropbyllite, crude and ground... 603590 Alloy steel except
...........................L. ton 807 19,782 1,786,767 stainless.................Lb. 1,857,996 107,243 1,907,
568000 Charcoal, except animal 603600 Iron sheets, black...........Lb. 3,537,884 128,426 5,561,12
charcoal .....................Lb. 129,476 5,6053 130,5358 Strip, hoop, band, and scroll
Quarts crystals iron and steel:
Pieso electric: Cold rolled, containing no
596001 Raw.................................41.............. alloys
596002 Plates, resonators, and 603711 Iron and steel trip.....Lb. 10,782,155 681,654 1116
oscillators.................. .......... 75 1 605718 Iron and steel hoop, band,
596005 Frequency control units....... .......... 1,624 56 and scroll.............Lb 1,248,087 73, 1,265,10
Optical Cold rolled, stainless steel:
596006 Raw ........................................... .. .. ............. 605751 Iron and steel strip.....Lb. 25,460 7,667 24,40
596008 Plates, lenses, and prisms.... .......... 47 6 605758 Iron and steel hoop, band,
Cryolites and scroll..............Lb, 5,550 2,00 ,637
596010 Natural......................Lb. 185,538 19,1553 190,634 Cold rolled, alloy steel
596015 Artificial...................Lb. 2,000 201 2,152 except stainless$
Flurospars 605791 Steel strip..............Lb. 39,525 119,430 562,9
596021 Acid grade ................... Lb. 160,000 4,150 161,340 605793 Iron and steel hoop, band,
596025 Other grades................ Lb. 3,011 40 53,018 and scroll..............Lb. 181,946 15,48 14,936
596025 Mineral wax (except paraffin Hot rolled, containing
wax)........................ Lb. 680,59S 56,200 725,249 no alloy:
596095 Kyanite and allied minerals, 605811 Iron and steel strip.....Lb. 9,351,945 501,922 70,979
crude, ground, or calcined..L.ton 64 3,166 78,036 603818 Iron and steel hoop, and
596098 Other nonmetallic mineral products scroll................. Lb. 2,436,197 94,197 2,2,8
except precious ............................ 460,079 110,845,55337 Hot rolled, stainless steel,
599005 Diamoends suitable only for 603851 Iron and steel strip.....Lb. 6,713 4,961 89,468
industrial use..............Carat 22,549 57,560 17 603858 Iron and steel hoop, and
599098 Precious, synthetic, and scroll................. Lb. 24,231 1,10L 242
imitation stones, n.e.s .................... 147,118 847 Hot rolled, alloy steel except
stainless:
GROUP 6.-METALS AND AWU- 605891 Steel strip.............Lb. 1,38,256 221,777 1, 66
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINEIM 603895 Iron and steel hoop, band,
AND VEHICLES.. ......................... 71,983,512 1L46,160,6351 and scroll...... ....... Lb. 30,574 7,020 50,597
604100 Tin-plate and taggers' tin .. .Lb. 109,109,977 5,845,452 11,5 ,142
IRDN OR 604200 Terneplate (long tones
included).................. Lb. 10,247,056 458,887 10598
600100 Iron ore.....................L.ton 1,109 5,629 2.484,560 Structural iron and eteel:
804300 Water, oil, gas, and other
ISON AM STEL SEIMANUFACTURES unlined storage tanks, complete
and knock-down material, for
600700 Pig iron.....................L.ton 1,33558 41,185 5,069,154 temporary or permanent
Iron and Steel Scraps installation, n.e.........Lb. 5,801,465 568,181 5,86,21
601020 No. 1 heavy melting........ L.ton 2,271 54,648 5,236,419 Structural shapes:
601050 No. 2 melting..............L.ton 815 13,080 1,840,200 604500 Except fabricated.......L.to 1,342 671,458 2,440,102
601040 1 draulically compmessed 604600 Fabricated..............L.to 4,703 669,147 10,74,924
and baled................L.ton 476 7,331 1,067,180 604700 Plates, fabricated, punched or
601070 Cast and burnt iron scrap..L.ton 304 4,919 680,750 shaped.....................Lb. 72,394,620 3,445,228 72,49 ,75
601090 Other......................L.ton 1,305 45,675 2,925,965 604800 Metal lath.................. Lb. 112,645 11,33 115,l
601100 Tin-plate scrap..............L.ton .......... ........................ 604900 Sash and framens, iron and
601500 Tin-plate circles, strips, steel.......................Lb. 733,894 35,551 740,
cobbles, and scroll shear 605000 Sheet piling................Lb. 7,075,581 211,515 7,07,8
butts ......................L.ton 16 1,670 34,309 Railway-track material iron and
601400 Waste -waste tin-plate.......L.ton 816 81,832 1,819,572 steel:
601500 Terne-plate clippings and Rails:
scrap..................... L.ton 24 2,124 52,620 605100 60 pounds and over per
Steel ingots, blooms, billets, yard................... L.to 16,122 791,214 56,117,0
labs, sheet bars, and tin-plate 605200 Under 60 pounds per yard.L.ton 5,827 265,509 13,047,471
bare: 605300 Relaying rails ...........L.ton 81 31,797 1,88,2
Not containing alloy: 605400 Rail joints, splice bars, fish601605 Iron and steel ingots....L.Ton 9,4,59 350,242 21,159,230 plates, and tie plates ......Lb. 9,323,486 522,854 9,5984
601606 Steel billets, blooms, and 605500 Switches, frogs, and
slabs...................L.ton 10,132 514,786 22,674,580 crossings .................. Lb. 7,641,916 504,79 7,722,192
601609 Iron and steel sheet bars 605800 Railroad spikes..............Lb. 3,394,064 126,778 3,64,456
and tin-plate bare ......L.ton .......... s0 602 605900 Railroad bolts, nuts, washers
Alloy steel, including and nut locks ............... Lb. 1,007,570 92,808 1,058,105
atainless- Tubular products and fittings,
601705 Iron and steel ingots... L.ton 298 10,228 659,320 iron and steel:
601706 Steel billets, blooms, and Boiler tubes:
slabs...................L.ton 3,080 S31,412 6,899,501 606000 Seamless...................Lb. 11,087,682 1,015,280 11,228,491
601709 Iron and steel sheet bars, 606100 Welded....................Lb. 94,043 66,739 97,707
and tin-plate bare ......L.ton 13 1,509 2,849 Casing and oil-line pipe:
Iron and steel bars and rods: 606200 Seamless..................Lb. 54,819,671 2,525,572 54,929,450
602000 Steel bars, cold finished....Lb. 14,174,525 642,799 14,420,644 606300 Welded.....................Lb. 9,062,914 55,165 9,008,225
602100 Iron bars....................Lb. 554,729 25,540 556,298 606400 Seamless black pipe, except
602200 Concrete reinforcement bars..Lb. 60,002,100 1,666,295 60,014,004 casing, oil-line, and
Other steel bars and rods (hot boiler..................... Lb. 4,704,275 250,698 4,757,825
rolled): 606590 Malleable iron screwed pipe
602500 Not containing alloy......Lb. 28,892,256 890,855 28,917,410 fittings...................Lb. 679,501 132,526 721,49
602500 Stainless steel............Lb. 45,624 17,925 46,565 606600 Cast-iron screwed pipe
602600 Alloy steel, except fittings................... Lb. 276,525 52,592 288,191
stainless................Lb. 15,599,520 2,415,313 15,670,674 606705 Cast-iron pressure pipe....Lb. 10,529,198 503,141 10,674,295
602900 Wire rods...................Lb. 12,316,128 510,612 12,316,360 606798 Cast-iron pressure pipe
Iron and steel plates, sheets, fittings............. .......Lb. 555,597 46,037 566,761
skelp, and strips: 606805 Cast-iron soil pipe..........Lb. 622,129 24,425 522,715
603000 Boiler plate.................Lb. 6,483,671 185,399 6,487,563 606898 Cast-iron soil pipe fittinga.Lb. 348,101 51,236 552,692



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC ERCHANDI6E-MARCH 1Y45-Contlnued

CommodityShipping Counodity sipn
No Commodity description and unit Net Vlue coae No. Cormodity description and unit Net Value
of quatity quantity (dollars) eight (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) weight
(pounds) ule B) (pounds)


GOUP 6--MTALS AD MA [ GROUP 6.--4TALS AND MA=FACTUES, EXEPT MACHINERY! FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
VEHICLES-Continued AND VEHICLES-Continued
IRON AND STEEL SEXHANU. IRON AND STEEL
FACTUIRS--Contimed MANUFACTUES--Cntinued

Tiblar products and fittingsj, Enameled ware, ironand steel:
iron and steel--Continued 612500 Bathtubs ..................... No. 901 38,387 371,184
Welded black pipe: 612500 Lavatories, sinks, and other
60700 Steel ...................... Lb 9,008,683 404,331 9,062,174 plumbing fixture's ........... No. 1,071 17,195 69,629
607100 Wrought iron ..............Lb. 1,969,155 157,336 2,008,721 612600 Table, household, kitchen, and
Welded galvanized pipes hospital utensils, and hollow
07200 Steel-......................Lb. 7,884,148 421,253 7,893,977 or flat ware ................ Lb. 1,047,527 504,808 1,226,746
607300 Wrought iron ..............Lb. 1,229,167 57,015 1,229,466 Metal furniture and fixtures:
607705 Iron and steel pipe, n.e.s...Lb. 11,200,891 1,430,194 11,511,155 612900 Sheet-metal storage cabinets,
607798 All other iron and steel pipe medicine cabinets, and
fittings, n.e.s........... Lb. 2,413,156 545,550 2,538,281 lockers ..................... No. 812 4,941 33,027
Wire and manufactures: 613000 Sheet-metal shelving and wall
60B100 Iron sad steel wire, uncoated.Lb. 14,524,916 779,156 14,405,423 bins ..................................... 1,919 23,472
60820 Galvanized wire .............. Lb. 12,386,504 667,681 12,482,665 613100 Sheet-metal filing cases with
606300 Barbed wire .................. Lb. 4,608,176 238,328 4,872,669 exposed drawers, except
608500 Woven-wire fencing ........... Lb. 1,957,022 169,444 1,964,504 insulated ................... No. 73 4,271 13,790
Wovsn-p e screen cloth, of all 615250 Sheet-metal filing cases with
metals and alloys: exposed drawers ................ 21 1,458 8,625
808810 Insect ..................... Lb. 104,478 19,045 111,245 613350 Fire resistive safes and vault,
608690 Other ...................... Lb. 606,624 158,041 656,130 doors, insulated ............ No. 128 14,742 135,8965
Wire rope and wire strand: 613400 Bark vaults, doors, and interior
605710 Wire rope and cable, except equipment ................................. 2,512 11,050
insulated................. Lb. 6,558,015 1,071,21 6,256,605 613500 Other office and store furni608750 Wire strand ................ Lb. 156,884 19,129 167,064 ture, fixtures, and parts ................. 2G,591 58,676
60880 Electric welding rds and 615600 Metal beds and bed springs. ..No. 5,539 56,470 358,254
wire ......................... Lb. 2,116,138 501,669 2,294,666 613700 Other metal furniture and parts,
Other iron and steel wire and (whether or not upholstered) .............. 16,558 54,170
manufactures: Cooking and heating stoves, except
609101 Bale ties ................. Lb. 1,340,575 63,748 1,341,790 electric:
609103 Welding rods and wire, 615900 Coal and wood cooking and roomironand steel, except heating stoves .............. No. 1,152 21,232 165,543
electric .................. Lb. 276,291 54,682 297,810 614300 Gas stoves, ranges, and room
609109 Coated wire, iron and steel, and water heaters ........... No. 4,829 159,645 716,187
n.e.s ..................... Lb 612,345 98,588 661,723 614400 Kerosene cooking stoves ...... No. 9,462 66,676 290,883
609198 Other wire and mans- 614500 Kerosene room and water
factures ................. Lb. 1022,617 228,458 1,100,675 heaters ..................... No. 8,148 68,997 467,514
Nails and bolts (iron and steel) 614600 Gasoline stoves and rom and
(except railroad) water heaters ............... No. 898 10,649 36,443
609200 Wire nails ................... Lb. 5,399,597 250,585 5,776,651 614700 Parts of gas, kerosene, and
609300 orseshoe nails............. Lb. 191,161 50,549 215,264 gasoline stoves and heaters ............... 56,83 142,575
609400 Tacks (except thumbtacks) .... Lb. 455,082 65,280 508,655 Central heating equipment:
609500 Other nails and staples ...... Lb. 2,043,824 117,375 2,168,521 614800 House-heating boilers and
609900 Bolts, machine screws cuats, warm-air furnaces ........... No. 161 13,506 139,225
rivets, and washers (except 614900 House-heating radiators.. .Sq.ft. 15,675 5,042 69,064
railroad).................. Lb. 7,818,056 1,040,799 8,296,580 615000 Domestic conversion oil
Castings and forgings, iron and burners and oil-fired
steels boilers ..................... No, 66 12,371 39,180
610000 Ingot casting molds .......... Lb. 8,532,247 163,416 8,535,990 615100 Industrial conversion oil
610100 Gray iron castings ........... Lb. 4,019,476 326,285 4,044,865 burners and oil-fired
610200 Malleable iron castings ...... Lb. 823,504 93,545 852,056 boilers ..................... No. 270 69,197 105,182
Steel castings, 615220 Domestic and industrial oil
610410 Containing no alloy ........ Lb. 2,287,652 258,308 2,293,503 burner parts............................. 52,663 48,175
610490 Alloy steel (stainless 615280 Other domestic cooking or heating
inclasded) ................. Lb. 964,772 132,804 967,903 equipment, and parts ........................ 140,631 744,687
Railway car wheels, tires, and Tools:
axles: 615300 Axes, broad and hand ........ Dos. 5,466 51,807 212,529
610515 Railway car wheels, except 615420 Hack saw blades, handlocomotive ................ Lb 5,815,354 200,688 3,823,678 operated .................. Gross 25,539 160,954 158,828
610518 Railway car tires and loco- 615515 Circular diamond saws ........ No 139 2,165 1,351
motive car wheels......... Lb. 4,086,885 220,262 4,087,548 615517 Circular saws, not metal-cutting
610525 Railway car axles, without except diamond .............. No 5,531 90,945 58,708
wheels, except locomo- 615520 Steel band, pit drag, and mill
tive ...................... Lb. 1,072,810 57,588 1,075,942 saws, woodworking ........... No 6,109 102,275 121,495
610528 Railway locomotive car axles, 615605 Diamond saws, except circularNo 25,002 668 312
without wheels ............ Lb. 319,552 55,806 557,539 615698 Crosscut, hand, back, and
s61055 Railway car axles fitted other saws and parts, n.e.s ............... 224,613 244,020
with wheels, except loco- 615710 Augers, bits, gimlets, gimlet
motive .................... Lb. 11,903,805 628,687 11,956,556 bits, and countersinks, wood610538 Railway car axles, fitted working .................... Doz. 4,294 24,505 13,793
with wheels, locomotive.. .Lb. 68,974 6,772 68,974 Files and rasps:
610600 Horseshoes and mle shoes.... Lb. 97,550 7,357 104,175 615610 Under 7 inches in length..Doz. 110,588 138,680 229,235
Iron and steel forging, 615850 7 inches and over in
n.e.6.: length ................... Doz. 100,154 299,108 716,310
610700 Containing no alloy ........ Lb. 3,640,440 269,408 3,679,246 615900 Hay and manure forks ........ 1,o-o 71 1,301 4,338
610800 Alloy steel (stainless 616000 Hammers and hatchets ........ Do;. 9,541 74,202 266,219
included) ................. Lb. 2,548,685 338,912 2,469,557 616100 Hand hoes, rakes, and forks,
n.e.s ...................... Doz. 3,030 19,329 77,455
IRON AND STEEL 616200 Shovels, spades, scoops and
MANUFACTURES drainage tools ............. Doz. 4,817 55,899 250,941
616500 Vises .........................Ii). 9,088 45,154 187,628
Cutlery: 616400 Automotive wrenches and arts .............. 81,705 145,220
611200 Razors, safety, except 616500 Wrenches, and parts, n.e.s ................ 262,266 537,581
electric ..................Dos. 23,177 32,031 16,659 616820 Hand-operated screw plates,
611300 Safety-razor blades ..... (100)C. 321,898 344,862 166,375 bolt dies, taps, tap wrenches,
6.1400 Scissors, shears, and and parts ...................... .......... 264,526 107,122
snips, n..s ............... Dos. 11,855 57,501 29,185 616920 Hand-operated pipe stocks and
811500 Table cutlery, except dies, die stocks, dies, ,
spoons.... ................. Doz. 5,741 16,989 9,006 bushings, and parts ....................... 99,509 131,697
611600 Butchers' and kitchen knives, 617000 Hend-operated pipe cutters and
forks, cleavers, and other metal-cutting tools, and
steels .....................Dos 14,532 5,505 45,038 parts, n.e.s .............................. 156,99 125,791
611820 Machine knives, except metal- 617200 Split joint pliers .......... Doz 2,659 9,007 16,775
cutting .................... No. 16,874 71,355 66,055 617300 Other pliers, pincers, nippers,
611900 Other cutlery and parts .................... 253,585 .520,490 and splicing clamps ........ Doz. 13,765 114,760 125,093
Hollow wares 617720 Hand drill and reamer operating
612100 Tin and galvanized devices, bit braces, and parts ............ 74,397 99,246
hollow ware ................ Lb. 279,286 47,462 294,919 617810 Hand-operated planes, chisels,
612200 Tin cans, finished or gauges, and other cutting tools
unfinished................. Lb. 2,100,319 244,776 2,182,926 and parts, except metal-cuttings .......... 60,465 102,112



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DM TIC M HANDI -MAU on n

Co dit Shiodity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value code No. Conodity description and unit met ae
(Schd- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)
le. U) ule B)

GHgYJP 6.-METALS AND MANU- OURP 6.--BTALS AND MAWUFAC"1"Es, EXCEPT MACIIERlY FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
AZ VEYFCL S--Continued AND VEHCLES-Contimed
10114 AND SEL'1
MAVUFACTS--Continued COPPER AND MANFACTUES

Tools-Continumed 640100 Copper ore, concentrates, matte,
Other hand tools and parts, unrefined copper as blister,
n.e.s. eonverter copper, or anodes,
617890 Gauges, for use in measur- copper content ..............C.Lb. 216 s
ing and inspecting pre- 641200 Befined copper in eathodes,
cision parts .............. No. 28,582 199,52 31,548 billets, ingots, bars, or
617891 Tools incorporating industrial other forms ................... L ,. 2,721,724 275,27 225,
diamonds, n.e.s..........o. 1,172 7,96 875 641300 Old and scrap copper ........... L .......... ......... ..........
61,895 Mechanics' hand tol s, 642200 Cooper pipes and tubee........b. 955,050 744,02 4,0
and parts, n.e.............. .......... 907,215 735,340 642300 Cooper plates, sheets, and
617806 Tool grinders, and enery wheel stripe.......................Lb. 633,047 150,2 6,
dressers.................. Lb. 51,456 15,719 36,420 642400 Copper rods ....................Lb. 29,248 6,5 ,
617898 Other hand tools and parts.... .......... 987,722 1,166,780 642500 Copper wire, bare..............Lb. 1,148,350 219,4 1, ,7
Hardware: Insulated copper wire and cable:
617900 Padlocks, iron, steel, brass, 643000 abber-covered wire..........Lb. 720,770 260,8" l
and bronze ................. Doz. 47,651 91,852 155,542 643100 Weatherproof wire............Lb. 255,788 53 20,
610000 Door locks and lock sets of '643500 Other insulated copper
iron, steel, brass, and wire........................Lb. 18,561,435 4,516,476 2,922,4
bronze .................... Dos. 6,419 66,927 1533,061 Copper munitions:
618100 Cabinet and other locks, iron, 643911 stating bands for
steel, brass, and bronze...Dos. 48,141 67,510 89,680 shells....................Lb. .......... .......... ...........
618200 Hinges and butts, ironand 643919 Other......................Lb. ................... ...........
steel ...................Dos.pr. 90,681 104,553 434,881 643998 Copper manufactures, n.e.s ...... .......... 20,25 2,0
618500 Other builders' hardware ........ .......... 145,925 582,404
618450 Furniture casters ............... .......... 14,157 51,338 BRASS AND BRODE MANUFACTUES
618490 Other furniture hardware, iron
and steel.................... .......... 13,547 28,572 644000 Brass and bronze scrap
618500 Saddlery and harness harware, and old.......................Lb. .......... .......... ...........
iron and stool........................... 118,057 196,741 644100 Brass and bonse ingotes .........Lb. 3,678,790 459,761 B D
618600 Car and marine hardware......... .......... 125,759 750,304 644001 Brass and bronze bares, rods, and
618800 Hardware, n.e.a ................. .......... 214,442 678,940 unfinished shafting...........Lb. 1,0953,180 171,168 1,1322
618900 Sewing-machine needles........... 6,508 135,909 10,576 64405 Brass and bronze blanks........Lb. 5,198,254 601,12 5
619000 Needles, n.e.a ................... 8,866 54,499 2,761 645000 Brass and bronze plates, sheets
619100 Sprocket and other power and strips....................Lb. 12,002,542 2,19l,577 2,8,
transmission chains, iron 645300 Brass and bronze pipes and
and steel..................... Lb. 306,228 106,036 524,631 tubes........................ Lb. 299,240 90,160 01
619200 Chains, iron and steel, n.e.s..Lb. 2,513,248 542,500 2,553,995 45430 Brass and bronse pipe
Automatic scales, except fittings..................... Lb. 56,122 40,862,
coin-operateds 645600 Plumbers' brass goods .........Lb. 30,160 31,4 S
619510 Bathroom................. ...Nol 67 781 2,412 645700 bire, bare and insulated,
619590 Other........................No. L,747 38,602 153,328 brass and bronze...............Lb. 51,795 102,265 ,1
619700 Precision scales, laboratory 645800 Brass wood screws............ Gros 15,767 9,481 17,9
balances and wei ghts..........No 1,058 16,729 10,904 646500 Hinges and butts, brass and
619800 Scales and balances, n.e.s.....No. 4,390 105,439 483,073 bronze ................... Doza.pr. 1,818 6,306
620000 Wood screws, iron and 646900 Hardware, brass and bronze, n.e.s.. ........... 8,182 2
steel only.................. Gross 565,689 106,356 392,981 Other brass and bronze manu-.
Metal drums and containers for factures:
oil, gas, other liquids and 647901 Brass and bronze die stocks,
solids shims, bearings, and
620520 Filled......................Lb. 4,012,640 4"3,787 .............. bushings....................Lb. 86,859 59,410 S
620540 Unfilled....................Lb. 2,967,528 196,495 2,968,508 647905 Brass and bronze fabrications
Other iron and steel manufactures: for munitions...............Lb. 154,437 35,05 17,
620905 Fence posts, iron andsteel...Lb. 48,451 5,454 48,505 647906 Brass and bronze structural
620907 Tool bit blanks, iron and shaves......................Lb. 154 177
steel.......................Lb. 5,790 7,046 6,416 647911 Brass and bronze stampings....Lb. 3,210 ,706 3,4
620909 Jnfabricated tie stock whether 647913 Brass and bronze castings
or not sheared to length....Lb. 51,247 5,080 51,445 and forging ................ Lb. 97,665 60,942 105,
620915 Lined steel tanks ............Lb. 12,068 7,902 13,981 647B19 Brass and bronze circles.....Lb .................. ........
620933 Carbonyl iron powder.........Lb..................... .................647998 Brass and bronze manufactures,
620998 Iron and steel manufactures, n.e...................................... 171,096 216,
n..s ......................... .......... 818,875 4,984,196
LEAD AND MANUFACTURES
FERO-ALLOYS
650406 Lead ore, matte, and base
621505 Ferromengnese ................. Lb. 60,454 5,080 62,552 bullion....................C.Lb. ................... ...........
621505 bpeigeleisen...................Lb ........... .......... ............. 650700 Lead pigs and bare.............Lb. 26,185 2,S390 2
622050 Ferrochrome................... Lb. 25,980 4,262 28,319 650800 Lead sheets and pipes...........b. 390,226 5,89 41
Other ferro-alloys: 651200 Lead solder....................L.b. 158,485 46,587 170,2
622085 Ferromolybdenum .............. Lb. 301,700 180,007 321,635 Other lead manufactures;
622087 Ferrovanadium ................Lb. 58,363 54,005 59,903 651505 Type metal, antimonial lead..Lb. 132,741 16,461 17,
622090 Ferrophosphorous ............. Lb. 26,880 1,904 28,440 651520 Anodes.......................Lb .......... ..... ...........
622092 Ferrosillicon.................Lb. 465,719 27,587 474,947 651530 Foil, lead, and
622095 Ferrotitanium and ferrocarbon- lead-tin................... .Lb. 55,092 21,14 626
titanium....................Lb. 65,219 5,227 63,918 651537 Plate, or battery plate,
62206 Ferrotungsten................Lb. 500 856 532 not assembled as complete
62208 Jther ferro-alloys...........Lb. 4,433 3,152 4,675 battery units..............Lb. 31,185 ,75
651598 Lead manufactures, n.e.s......... .......... 0,80 40,
AL0t!IJM AD0 MAMFACT IES
NICKEL AND MAJWFACTURES
Aluminum, aluminum alloys
(Including duralamin): 654501 Nickel ore, concentrates, and
62 Bauxite and other aluminum matte .......................Lb. ........................
ores.....................L.to 10,155 124,655 25,11,035 654505 Nickel alloys, and scrap contain
6:50 Buxite concentrates ing nickel, except nickel
(including alumina) .......L.tor 1,024 75,950 2,296,522 silver........................Lb. 145,259 123,156 166,2
683000 Aluminum and alloys in ingots, 654509 Nickel metal in ingots, brs,
slabs, or other crude forms.Lb. 90,159 11,321 90,868 grains, rods, sheets, strip,
01i0 Aluminum scrap...............Lb. 104,991 7,334 106,700 shot, plates, and other
682301 Sheets, plates and strips....Lb. 671,453 209,465 806,283 forms .........................Lb. 961,492 554,849 ,3
03< eds and bare ................Lb 182,144 41,944 163,618 654998 Nickel manufactures, n.e.s ................... ,153 12,
63040 Aluminum foil and leaf.......Lb. 232,771 82,025 27,064
35%0 Tubes, moldings, casting, TIN AND MAWFACTURES
and other h.es............Lb. 38,400) 34,827 46.900
6070J Table, kitchen, snd hospital 650502 Tin tubes.....................Lb. 11,303 8,843 17,
utensils....................Lb. 2,P55 3,656 3,554 656503 Tin foil.......................Lb. 2 3
6.0850 Aluminum or aluminum-bronze 656307 Tin metal in ingots, pigs, bars,
-wders and pastes, aluminumm blocks, slab, and other
content.....................Lb, 1,260,221 319,507 1,412,163 forms........................Lb. 100,470 5,338 102,
t.m8 Alu.u, :nd almirm alloy 65650a Tn scrap and waste............ Lb. 633,562 30 Sl8s3
manufactures, n.es ..................... 62,031 7Q,312 656508 Other tin and manufactures .................. 5,9 12,



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UNTDSAE X ORO OETCMRhN SE- MARC 1945 Conti nued


R Shd of untit quantity (dollar) oun s) (ached- of quantiy quantity i(dollars) (cound6)


ANO -c. = /A VERICLE--Continued AN VEI/F Cotne
ZINCAND MANUFACTURES P,1CIOUS META LS, AM PLATED WIRE


6520 Photengavin sheets= ...... Lb. 15,910 23,73I 165,627 I1 an alli ed metals:
6520 Shets, ..B., anIdI 692000 il-tinu- ore and
strips, .............. ...... Lb.. 7S,995 96,6431 843,421 II n~entrates .............. T.o .1 .......... .......... ............
Zin alos except an I!szcrap.
6530 bas o bronze ............. Lb. 20,505 2,733 21 =,193l 692205 Platnu bars, ingots, sheets,|

6560 Zicds ............ ......... Lb. 122,341 15,182 129,077 l/692209 Palladium, rhodium, iridium,
Othe zinc manuatre, contai- ,0' /Ioemridiun, ruthenium,
in 2 per cent or more zin- and osmiu metal, ad
, 59 1 Bat eryshell a.,d pat, /alloys .................. Toz.| 177 6,717 47
unasame d ................. Lb. 48,45B 9,033/ s0,an Manufactures, except Jewelry6593 htenrvngpaes, /I 692905 Platinum manufactures ....oz./ 709 48,191 1Z2
ni nse .......... ........ Lb. 41,155 9,5001 43,53 I 692998 Platinum allied metal:
65890 Wr.......................Lb. 11,963 2,926| 13,030| maufactures ............ T.oz.l 2 649 .............
58" Znc mnfcue, n.e.s ........ .......... 14,668 41,14ii Sterlin and other solid silver I
/ /t maatures, n~e.s..
OT NO ~ERRU RES MEALS, t /695500 Knives, forks, and steak sets.../ .......... 5,0o2 442
ALLOY, EMX PRECIOUS / 695600 Other ........................... .......... 10,47/2 2,265
6600 Nike 34v rGra ivr 980 Silver plated manufactures, n.e.s./
Nicel= l~e, r eran iler I | 9500 Knives, forks, and steak sets ...| .......... 17,559 10,425
crde sl I crap, or in bar, rods, [ 695900 Other ........................... .......... 25,641 13,671
or sheets ......................Lb. 5,148 I,'M9 5,755l 699700 Gold manufactures, n.e.s. (gold-|
66DO Babbitt metal .... .............. Lb. 72,691 31,621 76,252I plated included) ............... .. .......... 10,726, 459
ance wire ............. .... Lb. 17,10 22,3 24,137 GOUP 7.--ACHINERY AMD VEHICLES ......466904 668,247,037
665D jickilver or mercury. .... ....Lb. ,-9 ,5 2,664
660 Moydnmore and eennsntrate.Lb. 11 ,90 764 2,282,859 ELECTRICAL MACHINEY AMD APPAATUS
6661 Molybdenu ore and concentratesquantity only .......... ...... .Lb. ,5,9 ...... ......... Generators:
6670 Vanadium ore and concentrated..Lb ....... ...............
6671 Vandium ore and concentrates- 700 Direct ctu-run generators .... No. 1,783 34"i 575,259
quantty only ................. Lb, ........... ......... 0O Alternating current
66M arsium metal in primary generators .................. No. 565 1,20 125,095
form..........o..... ..... Lb. 156 000 Steam tubine generator sets6690 Tunsnm e tal, 6tellite, wire, S/A and under SOO
shapes, end alloys ............ Lb. 2787 26,1 1,545 kilowatts ................... No. 25 3,S 6989
Ores an concenrartes, n,.e..709 Under 3/4 kilowatt ........... No. 73 1055 5,596
6651 Antimoy ..... ...............Lb. 4,?1 6,9 494,371 7080 500 kilowatts and over ....... No. 29 52191 11,215,988
6WB Beryllium .................... Lb. 2 7 7090 Acessories and parts for
6651 isuh matte, slims, rees- generators, n.e~s .......................... 7147 1,441,190
dues, and base blion ... ... Lb ..... ................ Welding saes,
6655 Cndm~u dross, flue dust, 7000 Motor-generator type ......... No. 555 7,2 903, 65
residues, and scrap ......... Lb. 2480 9,9 254,860 700O Non-rating type ............ No. 285 8803 251,952
6650 Chromium or chromite....;..... Lb. 778,60 1,73 78880 71S Eetia eeaigst powered
6655 Cobalt ....................... Lb. so5 4 by Diesel engines, (assembled or
6650 Columbium or niobium .. ....... Lb. 300,1 5,018 unassbled) .................. N. 4035 ,0,0 6,027,513
66440 aaeee ores and concentrates, 7018 Self-cgntained lighting outf~ts,
containing 35 percent or more n.e~s ......................... No. 2,55 8 9,7 728,394
manganese ................ ... Lb. 2539 4,9 1,2B2p09 1 20 Wind-driven generate" ......... N. 876 4249119,624
S664560 TantaLlum ..................... Lb ....... ................... Batteries:
664570 Titanium, imenite, and 7030 6 and 12 volt storage
ru 8 tile. ...................... Lb, 021 ,0 20,351 batteries ................... No. 7,4 4,8 ,0,0
6650 Tungsten ..................... Lb ..... .................. 7040 Other storage batteries ..... Cell 30,450 1648 1,117,519
66 4595 Zirlconium .................... Lb. 430 1 14,572 7S No. 6 dry-cell batteries ...NO. 41,769 96197,935
6658 Other oes and concentrates, 7060 Flashlight batteries........ Cell 2,14,94 1257 476,920
..... j ....... L. JO 16 12 70700 batteries, dry, multiplecel
Metals an loys primary except flashlight .......... Cell 220,274 144265,375
forms n.e.s..:710 Other dry and wet cell
6&91 AntimorW ................... Lb., ," 4 1,386 primry batteries ........... No. 78,5 0,? 1,879,521
6640 Berylli = metals, aloy, and 7090 apacitors 1/2 kilovolt ampere
I0 scrap ............. ........ Lb. 080 ,4 11,585 and over ....................... NO. 2,5 58526,069
6690 Bismth metals and alloye.,Lb, 77"2 895 Transformin g or converting
66491 Cm mals.1 ............. Lb.,31 18 apparatus-;
6 64917 Cadmim alloys ............. Lb ..... .................. 7010 Power transformers, over 500
/664918 Cerium metals and alloys.-Lb, ,0 1,6 6,868 kilovolt amperes ............ No.7 1911 647,856
ehromii hearing alloys, end kilovolt amperes and under..No. 0 4,7 575,670
scrap ................. ....Lb. ,7 ,1 9,005 7030 Instrument transformers ...... No.,8 1,6 27,986
6695 oat meta aloy, and7040 Othe trsormes ........... o. 5,2 0c8 9,188
cobalt-bearng scrap 7060 Mercury power rectifiers ..... No. 2 3 95
Metal ..................... Lb ...... ...... ......Roaigconverters:
600 ClbimmtladalyLb1 12 7070 Under 5DO kilowatt ......... No. 4 1,8 417,429
6 6 9 0 M a g n s e m e t a l a n a l l o y s L b . 7 8 5 1 3 81 6 41 9 7 0 2 2 0S O k i l o w a t t s a n d o v e r . . N o .16 0 7 8 0 9 8 9. 1
6695 Molybdenm metal, alloys, 7080 Complete battery chargers,
6690 and scrap ................. Lb. 5,6 ,15,239 nonrotating ................. No. 015 5,8 67,664
Raimmetal, radium Tramsmission and distribution
content ................... 4 ..... .................. apparatus-:
6690 Tantalum metal and ancoys..Lb. 25 1,7 75 7000 Feeder voltage regulators .... No "481 2798 3,940
6690 Vanadium metal, alloys, and 7010 Switchboard panels and parts,
scrap .. ................. Lb.,2 7 27 except telephone .........................48,5
6405 Zirconium metals and C020 il circuit breakers and 3387 8,5
aluoys. ........... .. ..... Lb., 16 7 20 switches .................... NO. 305 0,6 136,456
6698 Metals and alloys in privary 05 Power switches circuit breakers,
forms n.e.a ..o...........Lb. 16,5 521 166,157 and parts, over 10 amperes ............... 2,63 452,142
6600 Plaedwa, othe r than gold Fuse plugs ................... No, 175,400 55410,507
or silve, except cutlery ........ ..43 409 7048 Other fuses .................. No. 471,864 413952,223
6600 Tp, except type metaLl ........ Lb., 206 ,2 13,382 7050 Watt-hour and other measuring
Yeta ad metal composition etlers ....................... No. 3,054 278021,520
mI a n u fa c t r s n e s 7 0 6 ) E l e c t r i c i n d i a t i n g
66 9101 Mgeimpwe .......L. 37,764,4 5,8 instrments ................. No. 12,475 5,6 19,575
66915 Mgneiummetl inothr frms 70700 Electrical recording
n~e~s., and ma nesiu= instruments ..... ............ No 940 48 7364,86a
ribbons ..................... Lb. 56 3,8 23,849 7082 lectrical testing apparatus
6 10 l yb e u wir... . . o p s~ o Lb 3 7 1 5 2 7,405 ai h nignd part~a r s, e. ............... ..........co e5 5, 4
I manufacture, n.e.a,.......... ...... 16,5 103,956 coils, trd arts ........... I.... ......... 4108 2,035








UNITED STATES E RTS OF MEST M HANDISE-MARCH 194-Continued

commodity Commodity
.od NO, Comodity description and unit Net Value code No. Comedity description and unit met va"s
(Sche4- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- ofquantity quantity (dollars)
ule B) ate B)

GRlUP 7.-4ACIE ND GROUP 7.-MLACHIM AD
VBICLES-Contimued TEILES--Contimed
ELECTRICAL MACIENN AW ELECTRIC MACHINE AW
APPRATUS-Contied APPARATUS-C ontimed

Motors, starters, and controllers Signal and communication
704600 Motors, 1/5 horsepower and devices-Contimed
under .....................o.. 6,402 65,191 128,541 708900 Bell, buzzers, anrunciatore,
704100 Motors, over 1/5 and ner 1 alarms, and parts ....................... 68 157
horsepower ................. No. 2,291 63,794 195,830 Other electrical apparatus
Stationary motors 709200 Starting, lighting, and ignition
704200 1 to 200 horsepower ........No. 4,005 742,544 2,09,842 equipet, except spark plg.. ........... ,05 A
704300 Over 200 hereepower ........ 50 443,765 1,256,995 709300 Insulating material, n.s.a.,. Lb. 876,917 120,048
704400 Bailway motor ...............No. .......... .. ............. Rgid metal condit,
704500 Electric locomotives, rail- 709415 Of iron or steel..........Lb. 2,688,325 157,032 2,982,$
way, mining, and industrial.No. 4 15,916 41,040 709418 Other ......................Lb. 25,0395 2,042 0
704706 Station, warehouse, and factory 709490 Other metal conduit, outlet,
trucks, powered by electric and switch oxes ............... .......... 81,16 4,4
storage battery, whether or 709500 Sockets, noutlets, fuse blocks,
not contairdnag conveying, lighting switches rmd part,
lifting, stacking or similar n.0.3.......................... .......... 274,64 81M
accessory devices ...........No. 6 25,142 36,875 Electric interior lighting
704798 Electric industrial trucks fixtures and phrter
and tractors, n.e.s ........No. 52 51,552 162,009 709601 Fluorescent.................. .......... 16,442
704800 Starting and controlling 709898 All types, except fluo cent uorc .......... 123,05 2
equiTent, for industrial 700700 Electric exterior lighting
motors and parts ......................... 81,616 605,257 fixtures and parts ............. .......... 28,0 ,
704900 Starting and controlling 709800 Other wiring supplies and line
equipment for electric rail- material...................... .......... 146,77
way and vehicle motors, and 709910 Electric resort ..............No. 146 1
parts.......................... .......... 104,425 112,555 709996 Electric hair-waving sachinee
705500 Accessories and parts for motors. .......... 206,255 255,512 (all kinds)................. 11 1,T 1
Portable electric tools 709998 Electric apparatus and parts,
705605 Power-driven, metal-working..No., 5,401 156,070 114,452 n.e.s ................................... 1,1 m 1,90,
705698 Other.......................No. 2,558 134,226 81,757
705700 Electric honsebold refriger- ENGINES, TUJINS AND PAWTS,M.ML.
atore......................... Mo. 149 10,445 34,851
705800 Electric commercial refriger- Power-generating sachipery, except
store, up to 1 ton............ N. 952 86,151 212,041 electric and automotive:
705900 Parts for electric refrigerators .. .......... 158,182 258,982 Stem engines, boilers, and
706000 Flashlight ease ...............No. 172,512 86,592 72,845 accessories:
706100 Electric fans ..................No. 755 10,065 9,585 711100 Stationary, except
Electric incandescent lamps turbines.................No. 7 5,641
706505 Small filament lamp. (bulbs), 711300 Mechanical-drive turbines..No. 39 251,6"
miniature and cande~bra 711400 Locomotives...............No. 102 ,790,60
base............... : ........No. 1,760,509 167,981 151,595 711500 Locomotive parts and
706455 Large filament lamps (bulbs), accessories................. .......... 835,711 5
medium screw, mogul bi- 712000 Frimes, cradles, bolsters or
post bayonet, and other beds of iron or steel for
large base leaps)...........No. 5,109,360 484,412 687,052 locomotives and other
706501 Fluorescent tube lam"pe.......No. 292,060 154,252 250,956 railway rolling stock....... ........... 53,0
706555 Vapor and non-filament laps, 712900 Other steam engine, end parts .......... 13 5,
n.e.a .......................No. 145,641 15,668 13,697 713200 Steam boilers, fire-tabe.Sq.ft 19,252 617
706600 Searchlights and airport 715300 Stem boilers, water
beacons......................No. 59 96,0 117,8509 tube..................Sq.ft. 52,798 50,769 4,
706700 Floodlights................... No. 125 5,483 6,825 715500 Condensers, heaterea,
706810 Electric household washing accessories and parts.................. 446,057 1,
machines..................... No. 15 757 2,165 71900 Stem specialties, and parts.. .......... 1,90,978 9,171
706830 Electric household washing Internal-combeustion engines,
machine parts .................... .......... 8,957 12,535 Locomotivess
706910 Electric domestic vacuum 714000 Gasoline, carburetor
cleaners......................No. 252 8,884 7,887 type...................No .......... .......... ...........
706950 Electric domestic vacuum 714100 Diesel and Dieselcleaner parts ................... .......... 9,095 7,148 electric, injection
707000 Other domestic motor-driven type ...................No. 28 2,482,461 ,68
devices, n.e.s., except Othertools............,..........No. 106 3,860 6,273 Gasoline, kerosene, etc.
707100 Electric flatirons ............No. 6,224 25,256 44,527 carburetor type:
707200 Electric cooking ranges, 714500 Not over 10 horsepower.No. 2,584 144,550 Q
domestic...................No. 74 5,522 19,282 714400 Over 10 horsepower.....No. 41.5 51,4190s
707305 Electric coffee percolators, Diesel and semi-ieeel,
toasters, and waffle irons ....No. 25 107 138 Heselmn, ete., injection
707598 Electric domestic heating or type
cooking devices, utensils, Marinearnd parts, n.e.s ........................... 65,049 121,308 71400 Not over 200
707410 Electric industrial melting and horsepower..........No. 15 664,108 9
refining furnaces and parts ................. 384,996 980,575 714600 Over 200 horsepower..]o. 186 1,6,187 2 s
707420 Hest treating furnaces and parts.. .......... 69,587 129,876 Stationary and portable
707490 Ele**ric industrial heating 714700 Not over 200
devices, and parts, n.e.e........ .......... 74,980 120,411 horsepower..........No. 570 611,850 1,1501
707510 X-ray tubes....................No. 454 63,247 11,825 714800 Over 200 horsepower..No. 50 558,867 T,
707550 Other L-ray apparatus and 715900 Engin accessories and parts.. .......... 5,507,85 ,39,
parts ........................... .......... 50,690 268,19 716100 Water wheels, water turbines, ad
707590 Electric therapeutic apparatus parts ..................................... 486,759 774
and parts, n.e.s ........................... 46,562 58,542 719900 Power-generating machinery, and
Signal and commwunication devices parts, except electric and
Radio apparatus except aircraft automtive, n.e.a.......................... 1,500 4
and military tank:
707612 Radio transmitting tubes...No. 34,171 486,724 140,561 CONTECTION ND CONlEYEW
707618 Radio transmitting apparatus, C C N
and parts, except tubes................ 5,272,946 2,183,274
707700 Radio receiving sets.......No. 1,487 685,851 16,532
707800 Radio receiving tubes......No. 1, 350,716 616,815 29,395 Construction equipment and parts:
Receiving set comnonents: 720100 F.Excavators (power shovels
707902 Capacitors (condensers)..No. 671,443 155,897 67,618 included)..................No. 49 755,125 424,
707904 Resistors...............No. 742,055 105,151 73,869 720200 Excavator parts, and accessories ........... 551,457 209
707907 Inductors................No. 10,117 15,661 25,054 720500 Dredgiwng machinery, and parts.. ........... 65,565 76,5
707918 Other................................. 647,487 407,507 721500 Concrete mixzers............No. 83 148,704 660,
708000 Loudspeskers .............No. 19,962 47,970 59,762 722000 ebad rollers............... No. 149 48,979 2,8,2
708100 Other radio receiving-set 722200 Self-propelled graders......No. 79 444,821 14
accessories .......................... 716,412 256,848 722500 Pull or push type graders... No. 4 5,550 ,
708200 Telegraph apparatus and parts ............. 28',127 119,498 722400 Other graders..............No 6 19,50 97,
Telephone apparatues 722600 Scrapers, self-loading..... No. 55 98,313 494,2
708300 Telephone instruments......No. 6,560 267,740 150,520 722700 Bulldozere, angle dozers,
708700 Other telephone equipment trail builders, brush cutters
and parts ............................ 1,201,750 850,179 and similar equipment...... No. 99 127,519 692,5



16









UNIITD STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MIERCHtANDISE-MARCH 1945-Continued
ComodtyCommodity

de Comodity description and unit Net value code No. Commodity description and unit Nt val weht
we'oIt dghtip~o (Shd of quantdsy qultit (dllrs
(Schof quantit7 n (dollars) w (sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) )od
ul ) _____da ule5) (ons

GROUP 7.-'kNHIE AND GOUP 7.-4ACHIEB AND
VEHICLE--Continued VEHICLES-Contimed
CONSTRUCTION AND CONVMTI METALWORKING MACN.MACNIMM-Continued EI-Continued

Construction equipment and Power-driven metal working
parts-Continued machine tools(nonportable)
722800 Other road machinery and parts.. .......... 1,245,898 3,802,030 and parts-Continued
7200 Construction equiment, 744505 Gear tooth-grinding machines.o ........... .......... .............
and parts, n.e.a ............. .......... 364,477 1,252,414 744505 Honing and lapping machines,
Conveying equipment, end parts except gear ................. No. 26 98,065 54,9641
72400 Cranes with swinging booms .... No. 42 576,125 2,215,176 744506 Thread grinding machines .....No. 6 11U,279 24,450:
72550 Other cranes.................No. 95 1,556,055 7,451,080 744508 Metal-grinding machines,
724100 Hoists and winches, n.e.s....No. 1,275 269,045 647,365 n.e.a.......................No. 465 817,059 1,298,115
724200 Derricks, except mining......No. 50 61,966 755,904 744309 Metal-grinding machine parts.... .......... 100,768 77,907
724600 Elevators, and parts ............ .......... 167,999 596,936 744515 Horizontal boring, drilling and
724900 Conveyors, bucket, chain, or milling machines...........No. 25 682,590 1,098,449
belt........................No. 65 81,894 386,247 744315 Broaching machines, all
729100 Other conveying equipment, and types.......................No. 4 38,479 81,610
and parts ...................... .......... 571,374 1,827,195 744517 Gear honing and lapping
machines, and gear finishing
MINING, WELL, AND PUMPING machines, n.e.s.............No 1 1,000 14,000
MACEINERY 744319 Power-driven metal-working
machines tools, n.e.s.......No 502 271,525 344,586
Mining and quarrying machinery, Parts, accessories, and
750500 Coal cutters.................No. 14 69,710 121,690 equipment for power-driven
7L100 bck drills..................No. 459 120,636 92,558 machine tools, n.e.a.:
7500 Mine hoists and derricks ........ 55 647,315 2,108,115 744571 Chucks for machine tools...No 27,210 564,605 Z15,255
752105 Grinding mills, classifiers, 744581 Metal-cutting tools, for
and equipment............................ 185,577 1,405,168 machine operation, not in752198 Ore and rock crushing and corporating industrial
sorting machinery and parts................ 559,986 2,127,489 diamonds..................No 2,399,578 1,126,578 344,299
755100 Concentrating and samlting 744585 Fixtures and devices for metal
machinery and parts............ .......... 126,571 470,935 cutting tools suitable for
755900 Other mining and quarrying use in power-driven tools.... .......... 175,086 171,914
machinery and parts...................... 1,069,068 5,522,500 744598 Other................................... 73556,515 495,728
Well and refining machinery: Power-driven mtal-working
754200 Petroleum and gas well-drilling machinery, and parts:
apparatus and parts ...................... 1,497,844 5,711,036 Sheet and plate metal-working
734900 Other petroleum well and machines and parts:
refining machinery and parts... .......... 1,128,665 4,258,555 744405 Stamping, forming, punching,
755000 Other well-drilling apparatus shearing, trimming, corrogatand parts ...................... .......... 115,199 623,647 ing, seaming, bending, etc.,
Pumping equipment: machines and parts...................... 706,967 2,065,618
75550 Centrifugal pmps ............ No. 1,287 451,926 975,217 744498 Other................................... I 77,844 140,824
755600 Rbtary pumps.................. No. 486 60,425 99,841 Other power-driven metal755700 Deep well turbine pumps......No. 135 104,456 578,213 working machinery and parts:
75800 Rciprocating steam pumps ....No. 98 55,528 215,451 744700 Forging machinery and part .............. 850,920 5,508,180
756100 Other reciprocating power 744800 lolling-mill machinery, and
pupa.......................No. 267 44,295 105,519 parts................................., 1,715,658 6,945,508
756500 Hand and windmill pups ......No. 1,105 15,700 66,418 745000 Molding machines...........No 69 102811U 274,719
736B00 Self-contained household 745100 Blast cleaning and tumbling
water systems..............No. 317 20,178 62,875 machines..................No 16 10,551 51,479
736900 Pumps and parts, n.e.s .......... .......... 761,781 1,545,105 745298 Foundry equipment and parts
METAOIne MACHINB .s ...................... .......... 288,254 1,057,121
uTAiOmNi 3608TMM 743501 Balancing machines, for
balancing metal parts
Power-driven metal working machine statically or dynamically
tools (nonportable) and part, or both...................No. 8 5,558 35,1L
740005 Engine lathes (tool room 745505 Diamond dies for power-driven
lathes included)........... No. 269 898,519 1,638,722 metal-working machinery...No. 209 5,457 25
7400090 Bench type and light duty 745505 Die eating equipment......... ......... 55,857 107,890
(less than one horsepower) 745509 Wire drawing machinery
lathes......................No. 255 55,365 1035,924 and parts.............................. 90,405 262,090
Turret lathes, 745598 Other power-driven metal740205 Vertical turret lathes.....No. 21 261,457 454,795 working machinery and parts.. .......... 507,891 555,114
740209 Ra and saddle type turret Other metal-working machinery:
lathes....................No 25 141,208 165,165 745700 Pneumatic portable tools.....Nov 2,564 257,570 81,011
7405056 Automatie checking and between 745805 Weiding torch sets and parts.... .......... 588,405 455,555
center lathes.............. No. 15 225,805 506,675 745898 Other portable and hand or foot
740507 Polishing, buffing, and operated metal-working machines
burnishing lathes (speed and parts ..................... .......... 252,969 168,066
lathes), centering, spinning 748512 Metal alloy slugs containing
and cutting-off lathes ...... No 51 15,648 25,002 diamonds....................No 45 176 15
740509 Artillery, ammunition and boring
ldbhes, and other lathes, 1TEXTILE, SEWING AM)
ne.s .......................No. 18 241,625 545,161 SHOE MACHI4 BE
740407 Vertical boring and turning
sills....................... No. 352 995,929 2,918,501 Textile machinery:
740409 Precision boring machines, jib 750000 Full-fashioned hosiery
boring and grinding and boring knitting machines, powermachines, n.e.a ............No. 57 429,641 618,124 driven......................No. 4 15,451 45,200
740605 Tapping and threading 750100 Circular hosiery knitting
machines....................No 58 38,809 65,708 machines, power-driven......No 53 16,515 26,092
740609 Automatic screw machines, 750200 Other circular knitting
single and multi-spindle (bar) machines....................No 5 2,158 5,150
types......................No. 8 23,914 19,990 750400 Other knitting machines and
740700 Knee and column type milling parts ........................ .......... 79,5090 70,017
machines....................No 98 465,828 48a5,167 750500 Winders and parts......................... 130,476 23,85
740600 Other milling machines....... No. 108 667,560 1,029,527 Carding and other preparipg,
741100 Gear cutting machines........No. 47 567,115 76565 spinning andtwisting
742000 Drilling machines, sensitive, machinery and parts:
upright and gang except bench 750600 Cotton.................................. 255,052 1,221,510
type........................No 146 154,832 220,206 750700 Wool.......................... .......... 97,268 594,905
742100 Badial drilling machines.....No. 55 468,972 1,108,718 750800 Other, including silk742500 Other drilling machines ......No 165 79,189 151,216 throwing machinery and
742600 Planers ..................... No 29 922,442 2,545,571 parts ...................... .......... 19,895 75,910
742700 Shapers, except gear shapers.No. 98 215,107 487,836 .ooms .and parts:
745500 Surface grinding machines.... No. 58 275,957 545,155 751500 Cotton looms...............No 524 154,655 951,640
744000 External cylindrical grinding 751600 Other looms................No 78 56,226 279,89S
machines, except universal..No 16 124,121 177,948 751700 Parts of looms ................ .......... 225,458 1,059,175
744100 Internal grinding machines...No. 16 127,382 155,762 754000 Braiding and insulating
744205 Tool and cutter uidine machines and parts ........................ 20,535 24,689
S machines, including universal17 225,045 59,14 764200 Beaming, warping, and slashing
tool and cutter grinders ..No 117 225,045 39,314 machinery and parts ....................... 18,413 100,348
744207 External cylindrical universal 754400 Dyeing and finishing machines
grinding machines...........No. 11 64,272 96,510 and parts ...................... .......... 72,243 279,797




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WNITE) STATES EXPORTS 01 DDOlliTIC MERCHANDIE -MARCH 1986--Uontinued

comity Comodity
code Mo. Comdity description and unit Net Value code No. Commodity deeaription and unit et n
(802ed- of quantity quantity (dollars) ibht ad of quantity gasaty (.)
.Is B) ~ ~ ~Poende). Ulm B)quniy (U Pm&

anOUP .--Acamr AN aROmP 7.-scamer AMo
11glKLul-Contdmed PRICLEB--Contimed MBW=B, SWEI, AW =11 OTHER INDISTRIAL
IMHI -Coantitmod, WMNC -Contie4d

Textile machtnery-4ontibmed Other industrial achinery sAd
756900 Other textile maceyand to, n.e...s
parts.......................... .......... 289,838 591,068 775006 Plastic molding machines and
SemiuS mashla aul partas presses........................ .......... 22,784
755105 Domestia sewing machines.....No. 295 14,751 51,815 775012 Measuring machines for us
755L07 Parts for domestic sewing in measaring or inspecting
machines....................... .......... 22,WI 9,752 precision parts for use in
755208 Factory or industrial sewing the metal-working idntrms.as. 2,500 105,74 $'t
machine ....................No. 2,268 291,796 274,018 Frnaces, inastrial other
755207 Parts for factory or industrial than electries
sewing minean................ .......... 255,7W 168,515 77522 Metal worktas................. .......... 97,9m Mt
757500 Shoe machinery ad parts, except 776025 Exmept metal working.......... .......... 74,107 44#
sewing machines.................. .......... 145,777 246,875 775008 Industrial machinery and
parts, ne.a................... .......... 2,795,056
Orm! IM ,MRl MACHER

790o cagarette and cigar making And
other tobacco machinery and Acconting, boakeeping, and
parts............................ .......... 5L,51 46,450 calculating machines
759200 Cream separators valued $50 or 775200 Nondescriptive or on-textover..........................No. 256 25,420 57,799 writing bookkeeping and ac759500 Other dairy equipmat and conting machines, new......No. 159 1J2,700 ##
parts for commercial use......... .......... 152,045 258,022 776500 Descriptive or textwriting
760000 Bakery machinery and parta........ .......... 8L,147 172,919 bookkeeping and accounting
760500 Ylour-ul1 and gristmain machines, new...............N. 15s Lat5s ag
machinery and parts.............. .......... 54,555 120,054 775600 Listing adding machines, nerWo. 1,46 178,687 78,1
760o sice-dll machinery and parts..... .......... 14,592 45,9s1 77soo Calculating machinesa,
agar-till anahinerys non-listing, new.........No. 1,190 287,ea e0
761200 cane ats................... 140 29,95 176,965 77500 Card-panching, aorting, and
7e1900 other sugar-mil machineg7 tabulating machines, ner ....No. 129 40,9s? as87
and parts...................... .......... 50,18 1,855,750 776W0 Other, including used and
782500 Paper and pulp mill machinery rebuilt.....................No. 98 1*'7 8)
and parts........................ .......... 160,224 1,292,545 r?6100 Parts for accounting, book762800 Paper-converting machinery aid keeping and calculating
parts............................ .......... 84,802 177,646 machines....................... .......... 18,986 ,2
Woodwozking machinery 776207 Addressing machines............No. 104 52,2583 M
76eo0 Sami machinery and parts..... .......... .77,654 45,505 776218 Equipment, and parts, for
TeG6o Planers, matchers, pointers, addressing machines.............. .......... 24,455 54
and moldere.................No. 129 16,460 99,528 776507 Duplicating machines, except
78000 Vener Machinery and parte...... .......... 51,532 249,659 lithograph offset type........No. 25468 3,530 42.
763900 Other woodro*ing machinery 776509 Duplicating machines, Lithograph
and parts................... .......... 177,765 425,842 offset type..................o. 45 18,27 7f
764100 lowers and ventilating 7765A Parts for duplicating machines.... .......... 32,686 15
machinery and parts.............. .......... 247,749 490,127 Cash registers, and parts
764200 Cannery machinery, an parts...... .......... 57,647 124,162 776400 New..........................No. 8 13,555 6,2
84400 Bottling, bottle-washing, and 776800 Used and rebuilt.............so. 276 sos 688
bottle- labeling machinery anid 776700 Parts........................No. .......... 0,545 91
para............................ .......... 70,54 19,945 Typewriters, and parts
764500 Brewers' machinery, and pertse..... .......... ss,171 79,577 777o Standard, new..............o. 5,5 25,1sa s 6
765000 Ice-asking equipment and parts.... ............ 97.11 794,926 777200 Portable, ne...............No. 58 2,8 1,5
nefrigerating equipment and 777410. abnilt......................No. 1,575 90,772 88a5
parts 777490 Other, used..............No. 54 1,525 1,4
765200 Nat over 1-ton capacity......... .......... 170,925 555,44 777500 Parts........................... .......... 106,298 U4a
765300 Over 1 not over 10 tons 777700 StapIers end staples (for office
capaty....................... .......... 88,217 189,857 use)............................ .......... 47,866 41)
765400 Over 10 tons capacity........... .......... 55,511 267,705 777900 Other office appliances and
765700 Self-contained air-conditioning parts, n.e...................... .......... 78,577 <,20
units and parts.................. .......... 15,690 28,251
765800 Air-conditioning equipment and PELmrlND AND f8KBnINI NACHIJEE
parts, n.s.s..................... .......... 151,298 555,506
766100 Vegetable oil-minl machinery 779000 Typesetting machines...........No. 20 105,16L #0
and parts........................ .......... 81,600 550,861 779100 Printing presses...............No. 78 65,740 28,1
767100 Cotton gns, cotton presses 779500 Bookbiading machinery,
and parts........................ .......... 139,2S5 557,094 acceasories, and parts........... .......... 29,2I 49,0
789100 Ball bearings and parts, 779500 Other printing and typesetting
except balls,.................... .......... 1,455,18 1,277,449 machinery, parts, and accessories .......... 175,605 181)
769200 Roller bearings and parts,
except rollers................... .......... 1,052,550 1,465,047 AGEECOLTM t. MWEMR
769300 Balls and rollers for bearings.... .......... 112,056 98,755 AND IMPLIEMS
Air compressors:
Stationary 780O0O Bee-keping equipment............. .......... ,1i5 22
770400 Capacity not over 25 cubic 780100 Cream separators, uster $50....'1=. 2,564 66,455 12
feet.....................No. 454 47,566 147,450 780200 Other dairy equipment for farm
770500 Capacity over 25 cubic ft..No. 209 407,048 1,314,109 use.................................... 2L7,081 50,0
770600 Portable air campressors.....No, 56 125,577 309,496 780400 Inubators and brooders........No. 224 5,65000
7oo Meat and other food grinding and 760600 Poltry equipment, n.e.e.................... 4,565 19%
slicing power-driven Sprayers and duateras
achins......................No. 553 50,951 62,50 780700 Hand sprayers for trees and
772000 Paint-spraying equipment and crops.......................No. 5,552 24,86 GS
parts............................ .......... 55,477 70,872 780600 Power sprayers for trees and
Lundry machinerys crops.......................No. 140 29,607 1108
775700 Power-driven machines for 780900 Small sprayer for garden and
cmercia laiuries........No. 17 7,777 6,056 household use, under $2.....No. 105,457 19,551 8T1M
77500 Other 1mualry and dry- Implemmta of celtivations
cleaning equipment and parts... .......... 65,759 221,795 781000 Hore and power plows........No. 4,167 158,074 1,420,6
774020 Testing mahines, for tension, 781400 Harrws......................No. 840 49,140 475,1
ductility, compression, hard- 78100 Cultivators, horse and
nees, torsion anf flaw- power...................No 2,456 70,685 5712
testing.......................No. 479 70,148 66,778 782400 Planters, horse and power.....no. 1,550 60,996 465
77406 Industrial indicating, record- 782700 Drills and seeders, horse,
ing, or controlling instrument power, and hand..........No. 1,54 48,516 78,4
and apparatus, n.e.s............. .......... 462,570 471,185 783900 Other cultivating implements.No. 655 9,096 84,$
774100 Gas maters and parts...... ....27,258 63,652 Harvesting machinery
774200 Water maters and parts............ ...........46,954 48,029 784100 Moers, except lawn nwers...No. 661 60,121 5600
774450 Pipe valves with bodies of 784200 Loan mowers, hand and power. .NO 16 2,277 5,6
iran and steel.............No. 40,924 1,568,762 5,058,749 784400 Hayrakes and tedders........:No. 664 58,150 5,4
774470 Pipe valrea with bodies of 784700 train harvesters and binlara.No. 255 25,857 247,4
brass, bronze, &r other ron- 784000 Cambines or reaper threshers.No. 746 887,784 4,497,4
ferrons metalms.............,. 10 115,071 207,155 314,784 78900 Other harvesting iplmots..No. 101 29,449 204









UNITED STA125 EXPORTS OF DO TIC oRCHA)ANDI MAR H w45- ontlnad

CommodityConsodity Comodity description and unit Nt Value cShippin de Co ity description and uit Net Vale
weight weiN.gocoit ecipinad.ui 14tau
(Behed- of quantity quantity (dollars) ( (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)
ule B) (pounds)_ _le B)_pounds)

GRDUP 7.-41ACNEI AND 0800 7.--MACHIMB AMD
VEHICLES-Contimned ERCLES-Continued
AGEICULTURAL MAC ERI Y AND uTOMOBIUES, PAMS, ACCESOEsS, IMPLIM S-Contimed AND SEVIC SQ02PEi -Contimed

Seed separators Autmobiles, parts, and
6100 Threshers.................. No. 55 44,0568 241,955 accessoriesa-Contimed
70400 Corn shllers................ No. 569 15,714 19?,875 Motor trucks, busses, and
7900 Other separators ............. No. 15 5,452 11,35 chassis (no)-Contimed
787000 Feed cutters, grinders, and Over 2-1/2 tons-Contimed
orahere ......................No. 716 69,902 426,257 Gasoline (carburetor
Tracklaying treaters, type)-Continued
carburetor type (asw)s 790465 Over 4, not over
7 0 Under S5 drawbar horse 5 tons ................ No I 0 257,515 2,56,578
power .......................No 75 1 ,402 545,205 790485 Over 5 tones ............No 665 6,491,287 15,917,030
7874 55 under 50 drnhber 790468 Station, warehouse, and
horsepower .................. No. 21 85,065 295,418 factory trucks, whether
77450 50 under 65 drawbar or not containing conhorsepower .................. 1No. 2 5,490 25,795 vying, lifting, setnack875 65 under 0 drawbar ing, or similar
horsepower .............. No 5 11125 5,50 accessory devices.....No 25 69,454 1830,562
787550 80 and over drambar 790500 Bus chassis................No 51 62,692 178,25S
horsepower ...............No 58 478,150 1,555,559 790600 Motor trucks, busseas ad
Tracklting tractors chassis (secondhand) ........ o 182 411,990 1,468,800
injection type (new- Paseanger cars g chassis
787600 Under 55 drabar horse- (now)power......................No. 98 200,698 856,642 790700 Not over $850O (list prise).No. ................................
78750 55 under 50 drebar 790800 Over $850, not over $1,200
hosepoer. ................No. 115 5,48 1,57,294 (list price)..............O 50 60,725 214,600
hor77po 50 under 5.................. drwo 167 ,55ar 5,689712 790900 Over $1,200, aot over $2,000
horsepower..............No 17 802,557 5,689,712 (list price).............. o. 5 80,011 155,185
787850 65 under 80 drawbar 791000 Over $2,000 (list prioe)..No. 8 20,100 52,840
horsepower..............No 15 74,554 574,428 791100 Passenger cars and chassis
78760 80 and over drawbar borse- 2(secondhand)................No 94 125,096 551,168
power....................... No. 265 2,412,22 8,048,772 Parts, except battery bomes,
Wheal tractors (ner)s tires, inner tubes, fan belts
787900 Garden .......................No. 554 82,209 424,471 n eogless
788000 1 plow...................... No. 444 207,672 1,055,764 791200 Atomobile parts lor assembly ........... 65,6 5,798 80,505,422
788400 2 plow....................... o. 1,81 1,225,706 5,58,s85 Antomobile parts for replace788500 5 plow.....................No. 1,004 88059 4,648,721 ment on vehicles
786600 4 plow and over..............No. 985 1,188,467 6,064,507 792100 Spark plugs ............. No 572,544 140,797 111,975
788700 Rugine fobr tractors.......... No. 250 215,781 481,017 792505 Automobile parts for
78800 Used tractors, ell types.......No. 228 261,609 1,617,784 replacement, n.e.s..................... 18,926,897 28,44,40
78W01 Parts and accessories for Automobile accessories:
track-laying tractors ...................... 2,56,526 6,685,588B 792800 Automobile horns, hand and
78B905 Parts and accessories for wheel electric..................No 25,858 ,567 1 8
tractors....................... .......... 1,049,719 2,955,199 792700 Other automobile accessories,
78900 idmils ...................... No 531 57,912 S8,707 n.e.s ....................... ........... 709215 1,662,52
789500 To-re for windaills........... No. 243 12,858 172,576 Juto-odme eng.,ail789600 Hay pressesa, hand and power....No. 49 25,029 158,526 For asembly on aew vehicles
789905 Parts for agricultural with Aerican trade ais
machinery, except tractors ....... .......... 901,481 5,696,697 Motor truck sad mbus
788998 Other agricultural mbina, engines
and implements, n.a................. 111,457 691,459 792850 Diesel and easi-iesel,
injection type ........ o.9 190,6s? 268,78 .
ATONDBIS, PAS ACCB0 S 792850 Gasoline, carburetor
AND 0VICE E PM type ...............o... O. 1,2i3 i224,0s1 9,164
iteobiMlea, parts, and 792900 Passenger car engines .... Mo. 11,554 28,268
a noies part, and For replacement on vehicles
accessor es, bsses, and with either American or
ijoto. tcOks, busses, and foreign trade none or
chassis (now) assembly on new vehicles
Under 1 tongs with foreign trade none790101 1/4 ton and under.......No. 221 299,730 752,558 795150 Diesel and semi-osel
790102 Over 1/4 ton, not injection type......... No. 69 154,0099 189,5306
O over 12 ............... No. 12 15,586 45,159 795150 Gasoline, carburetor
90105ton... ...No. 10 15842 51,57 7960 type .................No. 769 150,706 417,976
1 ton ................... go. 10 1,842 51'si 9a6 toie t. o
790105 Station, warehouse, and equipment and parts 79,150........... 72 6
factory trucks, poured 7um f g ae......................... 79,12 120,696
y n m o er 793170 Pumps for gasoline and ol....No. 536 19,468 44,175
by gasoline motor, whether 793180 Other automobile seroile ,176
or not containing con- appliances and parts ........................ 254,617 65,906
vying, lifting, stacking, 795190 Tr s, n.e.c., eept
or similar accessory 759 Tries es.&=p
devices ..............No. 4 7,805 19,660 military .................... No 415 247,276 1,097,996
I and not over 1-1/2 tonse
S9020 1 ton........ No. 2 2,151 6,506 i8 ,
790202 Over 1, not over 11/2 Aircrafts
tons ...................No. 5,025 4,854,801 18,708,454 (Model number, names of manu790205 Station, warehouse, and facturer, and mefacoturer'
factory trucks, powered designation of planes idiby gasoline motor, catad 1 shiper.)
whether or not containing (Armamnt when shipped with
conveying, lifting, aircraft included, but armment
stacking, or similar as replacements or supplies
accessory devices ....... No. 11 14,098 45,425 is iaemed in respective
Over 1--/2, not over 2.-1/2 classifications):
S tons Combat (complete aircraft,
9001 Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1./2 either assembled or
tor...................No. 7,366 19,538,588 77,254,285 knockdown)t
79005 Station, warehouse, and Bnmberst
factory trucks, powered 795200. Heavy bombers, 4-engine.Uo. 8 16,8,,6 4 2,868,20
by gasoline motor, whether 795220 U.S. )atrol bombers,
or not, containing or 9520 4-engine ............o............ ......................
lifting, stacking, or si2 i bo s 2-"ngine 20 4,852,75t 075,695
lar accessory devices...No. 57 115,55 5367,649 795260 Light bombers,2-engine. No. 2 604,105 159,080
Over 2-1/2 tons- 795290 U. S. Patrol bombers,
Diesel and semi-Diesel 2-engine ............... o, 15 2,26k,772 465,000
M R(injection type)- 795500 Light bombers, 1-engine.No. 14 955,807 225,428
7941Over 2-1/2, not over 4 Fighters 31 5,87 254
tons ..................No. 14 45,641 114,280 795550 Fighters (prsuit and
790455 Over 4, not over interceptor, 1-engin..No. 0 25,40,602 5,688,785
5 tons ................, 5 51,811 88,915 795580 Naval fighter, 1l-engue.No. 92 5,47,749 1,215,799
790455 Over 5 tone............No. 47 420,555 1,140,067 795590 Naval resonnaissance,
Gasoline (carburetor type)-[ 1-nges ............No. 6 286,905 85,568
790461 Over 2-1/2, not over 4 7 93700 Fighters (pursuit and
tons .................No. 904 2,514, 206 10,576,578 interceptor) 2-eine. .No. 1 104,659 12,000




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WITED STATES EXKERTS OF DOMTIC 10CHANDI E-MARCH 1948-Continued

Commadte Cmoity description ad unit Net ,le
code MO. of quantity quantity o n (t ala* code No. Comodity description and unit Not vlue
(Scad o aiqdollar pounds) (Sched- of quatity qaentity (dollars)
ule B) ale B)

W 7.-41AH = AND G8DUP 7.-MAC 3E A
U cEICLES-Contimed
AI ATPERA, PAWS AZ
AC UMB-Con~ned ACCESSOMS-Contimed

ircraft-contimed Mznroft-Contna ed
Serviceea omt, (cople. Parts for aioraft-Contimed
aircraft, either aaamId Aircraft parts and aceasesoor knockdown)s ries, n.e.s.-ContiAed
fransporta, 79496 Bomb sights for aireraft.No. 779 1,574,754
795720 Sm transport, 7940 Other incompletee aircraft
4.engnA................o. 2 758,514 75,660 shipents for assembly
795740 a V7 transports abroad included, when
2agin.................No. .......... .......... ............. such shipments cover
795750 Media. transport, part not specifically
2-engAL................o. 121 11,555,564 2,095,236 idxed in respective
9STO Light transports aircraft gasifications).. .......... .12,441,87 5
2-engine ................o. 25 1,504,976 524,868
ComaniaOTHER EHIC PARS
79500 Commnication, 2-engine.No. .......... .......... .............
795820 Cocmmication, 1-engi.Ne .......... .0.......yls
I rainers (complete aircraft 795000 Bicycles ..................No. 825 7,7 94
either aacgabled or knockdosn) 795200 Moto c...... ......N o. 50 1584 2851
79100 Advanced trainers, 795500 Bicycle parts and accessories,
2-englne..................No. .......... .......... .........*.*. (except tires and tubs)....... .......... 57,90=
795950 Advanced trained, 795400 Motorcycle parts a
S 1-engine ..................No. 117 5,585,846 924,740 accessories, exoopt tires and
79W50 Basie traltars.............No. 1 24,426 5,2568 tube .......................... .......... 28,254
795970 Priary trains ...........No. 25 264,175 167,225 795500 Merebant vessel ...............No. 24 1,059,250 4
794250 Civil airplanes ..............No. 36 987,488 549,418 Other Watererafts
794501 Barrage balloons.............No. .......... .......... ............. Naval craft m parts
79451 Gliders an lighter-than-air- 795661 Submarines..............No. .......... .......... .....
craft, ecept barrage 795665 Salvage vessele............No. ...............
balloons....................Wo. .......... .......... .. 795665 Convoy escort vessels......SO. .......... .......... .....
794400 Landplanes aies enginee.....Wo. .......... .......... ............. 795668 Mine sweepers ..............O. .......... ..........
Parts for aircraft 795689 A i ship............No. .......... .......... .....
Parachaes, and parts% 795671 Antietmarine motorboat...No. ...................
794505 Paracutae...............Wo. 28,852 486,147 96,888 795675 Motor-torpedo boats ........No. 4 1,000,000
Parachute parts aMd fittings 795675 Sumarine chasers..h .. No ........... ...5.
794509 Ansembled harness,. bacuam 795877 Standard navy launche ..No. 8 50,036
fittings (adaptor 795679 Landing craft..............No. 90 1,6950 2
fitting, arings, snap- 795681 Other......................o. 120 &7,74
hooks), and shrouds...... .......... 10,184 5,242 7956 Parts, and accessories, for
794598 Other parachute parts ad naval craft, except engines.. .......... 2,767,621 5
fittings................. .......... 186,578 41,054 itaterraft, except naval
B.Adia augins, 795691 Not over 16 gross toni..Mo. a 1l,509596
794801 1540-immh piston displace- 79569 Over 16 gross tow N...... ........................
want a unadpr .No 78 295,551 99,45 Inte al-cembustion marine
794605 Over 1540-ioch through ennse carburetor type:
1850-inch piston 795700 Detachable motors(putboard).Mo. 562 15,41
displacmet............Mo 110 1,S81,646 249,225 795900 Other......................NO 202 599,242
79460 Over 1850-inch piston IRilway care
displaement............Mo. 110 2,544,814 564,476 Passenger services
ttir angins 796000 Klectric railway or tramI. 1 90,200 2 0
794607 1a40-r.ch p289 796100 Steam railway..........No. 2 5,011
displaement and under. .o 289 645,549 191,527 Railway notor cars:
?94609 Over 1N0-ansh through 796200 For track inspection and
1856-ioh piston maintenance work..........No. 1 12,554
displaom h n..........No. 718 10,857,690 1,840,215 79640 Passenger care..........No. ........... ............

displacmebnt............o 4 64,152 8,660 capacity....................NO. 881 2,456,750 55
796750 Mine, industrial, and other
seaso asfreight cars, not over 10
794706 Carburetors, coams, crank tons capacity...............No. 600 158,541 1
cases, cylinder, 796800 Air-brake equipment, and parts... .......... 61,405
generators, magnetos, park 796900 Parts, except axles and wheels.. .......... 1,025,26 4
plugs, starters, super- 797000 Railway signals, attachments and
chairs, a. valve for part .................................... 217,181
Use in aircraft engines .... ...........5,564,081 945,441 797200 Rollway car--heating equipment
794798 Other engine prts a and parts........................ .......... 8,752
accasories................ .......... 15,556,661 3,296,505 797500 Wagons and drays...............No. 255 17,554 2
Aircraft Instrnments, and 799100 Wheelbarrows...................No. 4,066 25,441
799200 Pushcarts and hand trucks......No. 702 20,270
794801 Automatic pilot controls.... .......... .451,615 22,674 79950 Wheels, n.e.e...............No. 12,514 57,018
794805 Atomati pilot for Ordnance combat vehicles, and
aircraft...... .....No............ .......... ...................... parts
794005 Aircraft arm 799601 Carriers, universal..........No. 250 1,091,784 2
instrumeta.............No. 230 50,120 2,289 799605 Eogines for carriers.........No. 15 5,000
794806 Aircraft navigational 799605 Engine parts for carriers....... .......... 8,200
instrumats..........No. 640 93,260 10,029 799607 Transmission, and parts, for
794807 Aircraft radip trainitting carriers .............................. ..................
and receiving set No 6,011 4,075,446 897,854 799609 Parts, and accessories, r
794808 Parts of aircraft radio carriers, n.e.e............... .......... 216,0218
tranmitting and receiving 799611 Scat care (except armored)..No. 5,500 4,598,965 11
sets....................... .......... 22,518,241 5,146,571 Armond cars:
794809 Directors and range finders. .......... 50,570 4,087 799615 Light....................NO. ......... ...............
79481 S f-synmbronouf trum- 799614 Medium.................No. 5 177,550
hitters aznl indicators, 799615 Heavy......................No. ........ ...............
such an salayne and Personnel carriers:
sYncbro units mand switch- 799625 8 man-NM-2.............. No ................. .............
boards, for aircraft ..... ............ 58,664 7,758 799624 15 can -r............No........................
794815 Sound locators for aircraft. ........... 15 7 799625 Other ..................No. 24 189,957
794894 Tachameters for aircraft.No. 21 1,626 125 799628 Ordnance combat vehicles,
7948 Aircraft instruments and n.e.6.......................No. 792 6,62,491 15
parts, n.e.n............... .......... 625,700 95,9 799629 Parts and accessories for
794912 Propellere............No. 2,822 5,768,959 1,852,880 ordnance combat vehicles ... .......... 3,415,119 4
794 Propoler prts ad Ordnance service and repair
accessories.............. .......... 5,508,849 1,025,076 trucs, and parts
Aircraft part. and accesseris, 799651 Artilery repair trucks... .......... .......... .....
0.0. 799652 Instrument repair trucks...I ......... .........,.......
794992 Life jacket and life rafts 799653 Machine shop trucks ....o 54 542,102 ,%,5
for aircraft.........No. 1151 120,625 68,155 799654 Small arms repair trucks...No. 2 11,850
794995 Bomb-rack control, control 799655 Tank maintenance trucks...No. 5 20,042
columns, doicers, frame s- 799656 Tool and bench trucks......No. 34 419,187
amblies, tuel tanks, ax7 799657 Welding trucks............No. .......... ............. ..
gn regulators, and tanks, 799658 Wrecking trucks............No. 195 821,142 2
rudder pedaled, struts and 799659 Service and repair trucks neha.No. 51 551,951
braces, and wing tip. for 799661 Parta and accessories for
use in aircraft............ .......... 2,517,500 1,525,896 799661 service end tapair trcks................58,656







UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC ERCHANDISI-MARCH 1945-Continued


odity description and unit Net Value code al Comodity description and unit Net ale Sh
Sahed-of quantity qu antity (dollars) (Sched of quantity quantity (dollars)


GROUP 7.-M(ACEIM AND GEIUP 8.-CHUCALS AND
VBHaCLES-Contimed RELATED PRDCTS--Conti d
OT R VEHICLES AID COAL-TAR PEODUCTS--ontinned
PAWTS-Cc-timued
Coal-tar acides crude and
Ordnance combat vehices, intermediates
and parte-Continued 802500 Phenol or carbolic acid ...... Lb. 2,550,588 9,185 2,819,741
Military trailers and parts 802405 Pieria acid .................. Lb. 406 251 797
7B970L 1/2 ton and under 802409 Cresylic acid and cresols .... Lb. 25,89 2,205 28,077
2 wheel ..................No. .......... .......... ............. 802420 Bensoic acid, technical and
799705 Over 1/2, not over 1 ton- medicinal grades ............ Lb. 2,518 1,580 3,552
2 wheels, cargo ........... No .......... .......... ......... 802460 Salicylic acid technical and
799705 Over 1/2 not over 1 ton- medicinal grades............ Lb. 171,200 50,755 202,959
2 wheel, 250 gallon tank..No .......... .......... ............. 802488 Other coal-tar acids ......... Lb. 12,005 9,691 19,274
799707 Over I ton, not over 1-1/2 1 Coal-tar intermediates, except
ton (van included) ....... No .......... .......... ........... coal-tar acids:
799709 2 wheel 2 horse vaw.....No ......... ...... 802515 Aniline oil .................. Lb. 462 74 556
799711 4 Wheel....................N6 5 802519 Aniline salt ................ Lb. 26,056 7,M46 51,988
799715 4 ton 4 wheel van K-38.No. .......... .......... ............. 802550 Beta naphthol and beta naphthol
799717 5 ton pale type..........No .......... .......... ....******** flakes ......................Lb. 107,905 24,855 121,487
799719 12 ton .................... No .......... .......... ............. 802550 Dimethsylasniline .............. Lb. 79,365 15,091 79405
799721 20-ton tank transport ......No. .......... .......... ............. 802570 Diphenlamine ................ Lb. 750 170 825
799725 20-ton low bed house .......No. .......... .......... ............. 802580 Pentachlorophenol ............ Lb. .......... .......... ...... ......
799725 5600 gallon gasoline 802587 Solima pentachlorophenate....Lb. 2,146 586 2,291
4 wheel ................... No. S 7,548 12,600 802590 Phthalic anhydride ........... Lb. 128,846 16,874 19,664
799727 40 ton tank transport......No. 9 57,690 182,160 802591 Trieresyl phosphate. ........Lb. 27,165 2,182 29,87
'799729 Military trailers, n.e.s...No. 268 1,550,159 4,245,100 802595 Diletyl and dietbl phthalate
19973L Parts and accessories for and dipropylphthalate,
ailltary trailers ............ ........ 150,506 160,061 (normal and iso) ............Lb. 11,825 4,220 1,161
799741 2-1/2 ton surgical .........No. ......... .......... ............. 802594 Nitroderivatives of benzene,
799745 2 wheel cargo ....... .... No. 12 14,070 61,200 toluene, xylene, naphthalene
199745 Van K-55 ................... No .......... .......... ............. and phenole in addition to
799747 6-ton 2 wheel, coast those specified in President's
artillery .................No. .......... .......... ............. Proclamation of May 1, 1957.Lb. 220,084 50,552 252,753
799749 6-ton 2 wheel van ........ No* .......... .......... ............. 802596 Styrene ...................... Lb. 294 95 357
799751 6-ton van and stake ........No. .......... .......... ............. 802598 Other coal-tar intermediates.Lb. 626,751 242,510 748,920
799755 10-ton-2 wheel van. ........No. .......... .......... ............. 802800 Babber compounding agents of
799755 10-ton low bed and stake coal-tar origin ............... Lb. 482,594 151,237 527,R4
2 wheel van............... No. .......... .......... ............. Coal-tar dyes, stains, color
799756 12 through 16-ton 4 lakes, and toners
wheel van .................No. 2 21,704 51,100 805901 Color lakes and toners ....... Lb. 46,800 40,682 57,052
799757 20 ton tank transport ...... No. 6 50,012 156,752 805905 Sulfur black ................. Lb. 899,048 225,628 1,007,888
799759 Military semi-trailers, 805905 Synthetic indigo ............. Lb. 64,244 52,S75 77,958
n.e.a ..................... No. 52 112,992 506,990 80W5909 Other coal-tar dyes .......... Lb. 1,548,627 1s507,045 1,789,166
799761 Parts and accessories for Synthetic flavors and perfume
military semi-trailers....... .......... 115,967 97,096 materials :
799800 Mobile comnications unit...No 185,797 561,587 806150 Vanillin ..................... Lb. 8,655 9,650 56,50
Military tanks 806190 Other synthetic flavors and
Light tanks weighing under 20 perfume materials ........... Lb. 82,276 102,847 lOO,
tons each 806910 Metkl salicylatetechnical
79992L Model M-3................ No .......... .......... ............. and medicinal grades ........ Lb. 26,952 11,160 5,872
799925 Model M-5l..............No. .......... .......... ............. 806920 Sodium bensoates technical
799925 Model M-5 ................ No. .......... .......... ............. and medicinal grades ........ Lb. 42,498 25,958 51,059
799927 Model T-7# except 6069o0 Photographic chemicals of coalaez-tanks ..............No. .......... .......... ............. tar origin .................. Lb. 11,768 12,801 14,872
799929 Light tanks, n.e ........ No. as 1,169,559 2,655,254 806998 Other finished coal-tar
Mediu tanks weigZhig 20 to products...................... Lb. 64,414 49,241 77,554
40 tons each
7999 Model M-5 ................ No .......... .......... ............. MEDICINAL AND PHARMACETICAL
799982 Model-M-A1 .............. No* ********** ************* PEPARATIONS
799955 Model MWA............... No. .......... .......... ...........
79995 Model K-a .............. No. ........ .. .......... ......... 811100 Castor-oil .................... as. 5,282 14,288 65O,457
799955 Model M-A4.............. No .......... .......... 811300 White mineral oil............. Gal. 291,897 129,797 2,88,862
799956 Model M-S .............. No ......... ......... ............. 811905 Fish oils and fish liver oils
799941 Model M-4................ No 65 4,015,632 4,516,708 and concentrates thereof,
799942 Model M-4 .............. No. .......... .........* *****....... medicinal grades ..............Lb. 65,685 297,505 500,046
799945 Model M-4A2 ..............No. 18 10,315,567 14,560,215 811998 Vitamine8 and vitaoero8,
799944 Model M-4AS ..............No. .......... .......... ...........** n.e.e.........................Lb. 652,182 5,251,006 1,04 ,1i
799945 Model M-4A4 ..............No. .......... .......... ............. Biological
799946 Model M-4AS ..............No. .......... .......... ............. 812000 For anima and veterinary use... .......... 59,517 48,559
799949 Medium tanks, n.e.s...... No. 13 654,851 851,818 812100 Serum and antitoxins for
799955 Heavy tanks weighing over human use ...................... .......... 256,765 24,624
40 tone each .............. No. 1 96,886 86,157 812200 Vaccines for human use.......... .......... 46,282 7,990
799957 Otbqr military tanks ....... No ......... .......... ............. 812300 Glandular products, organ799961 Military tack radio traniaitt- otherapeutics, enzymee,
ing and receiving sets ...... No. 205 550,470 171,170 ferments, and culture media.... ......... 487,475 208,517
799965 Parts and accessories for Drugglseta nonproprietary
military tank radio trans- preparations
sitting and receiving sete..... .......... 20,756 8,751 ELixirs, tinctures, fluid
799971 En" s for light sodium and extracts, ampoulse, and
heavy tanks ................. No. 19 756,559 1,055,526 aimilar liquid solutiones
799975 Engine parts for light, medium 812405 Fluid extract of belladonna
and heavy tanks ................ .......... 517,575 244,928 leaf N. F. and root,
799981 Transmdssion and transmission U. S. P., tincture of
parts for light, medium, and belladonna, U. S. P., and
heavy tanks .................... .......... 614,256 771,486 belladonna liniment, N. F.... .......... 1,166 484
799985 Other parts and accessories for 812415 Fluid extract and tincture
light, medium and heavy tanks.. .......... 7,050,237 8,349,801 of byoscyamus ................ .......... 651 562
799995 Boat propellers and blades 812419 Fluid extract and tincture
(brass or bonze) .............. Lb. 20,521 14,167 22,996 of stramonium ............... .......... 120 699
799998 Vehicles and parts n.e.a......... .......... 216,421 743,308 812498 Elixirs, tinctures, fluid
extracts, ampoules, and
GROUP 8.-CHEMICALS AN sibdlar liquid solutions,
RELATED PRODUCTS............. .......... 42,495,625 357,505,173 n.e.s ....................... .......... 14 9,0 255,907
812500 Menthol .................... Lb. 5,508 56,305 8,2L5
COAL-TAR PIODUCTS 812750 Quinine sulfate ......... AY.Os. 4,242 1,652 547
812750 Other quinine salts and
600500 Crude and refined coal tar .... Gal. 81,84 8,140 828,840 compounds, quinine sulfate
800600 Benzol or benzene.............Gal. 199,226 35,145 1,659,855 content ................ Av.Os. 26,166 18,558 6,817
800700 Coal-tar pitch ...............L.tor 3,72 78,252 8,380,443 Tablets, pills, capsules,
801000 Creosote or dead oil..........Gal. 246,580 powder, ointments, and
801100 Toluene or tuluol,. ...........Lb 2,717,965 104, 2718,341 similar manufactures, n.e..
801200 Xylene or ylol......... Lb. 1088 155 71,643 812792 Acetylsalicylic acid or
802005 Naphthalene ...... .... ...Lb 800 86875 aspirin, intablet form...... .......... 6,686 15,048
802025 Pyridine, crude or refined.....Lb. 1:605 697 2,015 82793 Extract of belladonna, and
802098 Crude coal-tar products, belladonna ointment and
n.e.e.........................L 296,696 10,684 05,394 plaster, U. S. P .......... Lb. 268 678 415



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UNITED STATES FXPRTS OF DOETCMRHNIE MRH i4 -otno

Comdi Cmodt
code No! Comdity dgacripton nd unit Not Shippin W d p41
(a.bed- of yientity quatity (dollars) (Wcenao.untt unit dla

GNAWP 8.-GCQAL5 AWD GWUP S.-0 aChZ AMD

V=CNA AND .Cotie ,UKMUIA uC ~ jCg SPCAT--ot
FEEPARAION-Contiliad
Drugiatt nnprprita"82M.00 Copper sulfate or blue
prpa~ain-Cninud itriol. ..b..2.600,05.,,,..Lb7;7oo2iu00M
Tablets, pills, capaules, 8202O Lead arsene .Lb. 9461= 10,90 lao .
podes Oie ns,, an 820100 Calcium aragmte............. .Lb. 15,000 ,B 6a
siallarmanufactures, 820400 Petroleu oil sprays,
n.e~a.-Zoatinoed agiutrl................ 6,978 21479,W
812794 Mjret of hyosqymeis or 820550 Pyrathr~u extract ............L .......... ......
Blb m........ .Lb. 116 150 165 820550 Sead disinfectants ....... Lb. 2,419 1495W
812795 Ixtract of stramssum ... Lb. 20 40 53 820660 Paradichlorobamens .......Lb. 70,750 8,478U
812796 Scospolaminse Proacins .-Av.Ox. 19 207 U 820891 Cupric asatoarmenit. (Paris
612798 Tablet., P1116, capsules, ras) .............Lb. 20,182 6,w
powders, ointmanto, and 820592 Pyrethrum or insect flower
1i-410 1010a4%4=00, n1-.e ..... 706,566 512,300 powers .............Lb. 1,775 4 S
Medicinal ochm ss for 820695 fben.s...................L....... ............
prescriptions usa, 820S96 Calcium cya nid.......... .Lb. 568,006 370 7,
81i50 Atropine sualfate ......Avr.03. 557 3,878 224 820598 Other agricultural insecticides,
81511 Caffeine allaloid .......Lb. 8,756 25,070 11,024 fungiides and eimilar prapar%..
81512 Caffeine sIalt and ,0 ,3 ,6 tio,. and materials, dry or
cmn....u........... 14. ,19,7liquid basis ..........Lb. 589,890 6a65,
8aim1 RadI-- salts and compounds, 820600 Househonld and industrial
radum content ....NIlIIImm 172 4,859 50 inscicdes extermiators,
Strychene a salts ... ,09. 1,106 625 178 and repents, liquid, pat.,
Tbarmsmand thseobroalne d'b115,4 0,1 ,6,3
mate aid compound ......Lb. 20,699 46,252 50,544 82D90 uposiwd d ntet
SUM51 sts-b~j andt .opyl a 55,307 55,227 8,338 disinfectants, dodorants,

615525 Basmcine-bensoate, preparations................... 556,555 34 D01
ethcis, peasins, 825000 Baking powda................ Lb- 600,05 123 62
baMmtomyl '- 821100 Dextrine or British gm....L 565,074 601 SU*
lmaenoetbassol, plassocaina, 82540D o bacco saucing or extract used
and all forms of procaine .. Lb. 5,635 15,450 7,901 for flavoring tobacco ......Lb. 18,557 4942A
815550 Aetlealcylia said or 825801 Pigmeted resin emilalona for
aspirin, in bulk .....Lb. 199,86 81,962 227,465 textile use ........ ..Lb. 5,125 51 3,42
815540 Actpsn n ....... .1bb 20,563 18,599 25,328 825805 Detergents, penetrating, wetting
815555 0lyerophosphoric acid and sad securing agents, and dyeing
saltsa.................... Lb. 24,029 50,568 54,564 assistants ................. Lb. 1.83,M3,"
81557 phonolphtalein .............Lb. 2,#951 2,512 5,2Z71 825809 Oter textile specialty
81u56 Sulfantimide ..............b 17,018 25,809 22,177 componds .................. Lb. 810'w4 1.4,2 6=
811565 Sulfathiamolsand e23901 Chromium tanning mixtures....Lb 651,581628MP
derivatives...............b. 65,808 119,001 98,180 823998 Tanning specialty compounds,
SUM56 Salfadisaine and derivativaa.2b. 15,W4 85,855 21,895 n-e-.......................Lb. 831,211 75,522 930
815567 Sulapanidinew .............Lb. 2,495 26,575 5,998 824000 Water softenera, purifiers,
U&559 Other sulfonamide drug p ... Lb 17,558 108'm2 23,8s" boiler and feed-water
813598 Medicinal chenicalse forcopud...........Lb 40,5 2,8 24n
prescription use, n.e.s ..................1,770,526 1,455,715 8g00o0,5 2,5
Ibuasbol medicinalin compound ........Ud Lb. 58,115 66161a
Nd j acuitneicaina mals Synthestic gum and reelrups
and harmceutcalsin sallIn powder, flake, or liquid 611 sel........................... ..........~ 3U2%A,8iJ. 82510 fozer gu.............. Lb. 518,913 69,1
812O Liquids ......................... .......... 10,967 83,249 en53oo Alkyd reasn ...........Lb. 104,157 1,1 1,7
Proprietary medicinal preparations Tar-scid resIns:
014800 Mouth washes, gargles, and 8250 fteanl-mldede resins
personal antiseptics ......................100,005 571,527 in powdier flakea, or
814900 Corn and foot remedies.......... ............12,640 9,729 liquid form...... lb. 681,772 12,966
815001 Sellajinn Piasters, U.S.? ...... .............4,784 4,0 175596
815098 Plasters, n1.0.8................. .......... 117,586 158,588 Ure.
81510 Liniments ....................... ..........15s,056 46,98S 825707 Urea-formaldebqde resins
Selves end ointmentasi odr lko
a15200 For burna, cuts, skin in powdeor flake,... or 9,5 2,9 0,
diseases, invst bites, 825798 Other fr........ Lb...... 1b. 90,79 42,0841557
8150 inflation, etc............ ........... 89,405 78,282 Synthetic game and realms,
8230 For coughs, colds, catarrh# in powder, flake, or liquid
an~d bronchial infection...... ........... 102,525 179,016 forms, n3.06., except synthetic
8115400 Cold, cough$ and bronchial robbera:s
preparations; except slves and 625801 Csein ..................Lb. 3,000 03,4
8150 ointments ..................... ..........1220,881 M8W04 825805 Metbl2 methacrylate,
8150 Anthms, catarrh, and hay-fever ussfabricated......Lb. 5,728 2,975 5n
preparations, including 82580 Nylon......... ... 155,140 143,2 a5
inhalants. except salves and 825809 Other ......... ....Lb. 575,081 65,1625981
oiatmonts...................... .......... 85127 55,856 68250 Polysmara fes ae i'
615700 Malria, chill mnd fever acetalsa, vinyl acetate, vinyl
remedies....................... .......... 578,84 152,900 alcoholl* vinyl chloride and
816000 Tonics, block purifiaea vitvflidene chlride; end coasmalsions, and appetizerse...... ............283,844 72,800 ploymers of vinyl chloride
810 Laxatives, purgativsa, and endi vinyl acetate ..........Lb. 959,064 452,556 1,407
cathartice ..................... ..........155S,952 206,494 Shsets, plates, rods, tubes,1
816200 Ik of =a8nesia................. .......... 10,419 78,455 And other unfinished forme81550 Digestive prepaations .......... ............91,206 1,74,722 Laminated,
818700 Headachm, neuralgia, miii Pain 825001 Of phol-formsldslyde
remedies.. w................ ..... 124,757 58,444 resins, fabricated ...Lb. 58,811l 54,107 02
SI80M Extract and fluid extract of 82007 Of urea-formsldehyde
belladonna leaf and root; resins fabricated...Lb. 14,799 1-1,11W1,5
tincture of belladonna, 826098 Of other synthetic gum and
U. S. P.; belladonna ointment, resins ............... Lb. 7,482 5,498 ,1
U. S. P.; hceatropins (Ibella- Not lasstatedt
donna root)............... Lb. 54 $87 80 826101 Of phenol-formaldehyde
818015 Extract, fluid extract, and resins,. fabricated ...Lb. 5,587 2,575 M
tincture of byoscyamas ...Lb............. .......... .............826103 Of methyl metbacrylate,
811014 Extract and fluid extract of fabricated............ Lb. 1.17,720 U14,952 IAW
stramoniums (Jimmon weed).... .Lb. 25 227 IS$ 826107 Of urea-forusldehyda
Si80m Tincture of atramuniu, resins, fabricated ...Lb. 10,712 1,580 1,8
otrsamnium ointment, and 826198 Of other synthetic gum@
scopolamine (Ib'osoine) and resins............ Lb. 5,827 4,171 2n N
(atramonius).............. Lb. 14 20 17 Pyroylin oroducts:
Si809 Proprietax7 medicinal 828200 Pyroxylin scrap and filI
preparations, n.s.a ........... .......a ft 8#8 W,8 scrap.................... Lb. 15,685 2,509 17,
826500 Pyroxylin plastic film,
CIWIICAL SPECIALTIES support of bae.....Lb. 575,404 101,526 0,9
826400 Pyroxylin sheets, rdo
820000 Nicotine sulfate (40 per cant tubes and other unfinished
basis)..................... Lb. 5 7,1001 47,816 77,811........... ....................... L.1 8,714 77p852 10,2




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Commodity COcEmdity Sipn
shpig code No. Commodity description end unit Nest Value
coeN. Coammodity description aind Unit Not Value Cegh C-eighesrpiotndat Nt V4s
of quantity quantity (dollare) n (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)


GROUP 8.--4EMICAL AND GROUP 8.-*CIEECALS AND
E.ATED PEDUCTS-Contimead RATED PODUCTS-Contimed
CECA SP LTIES-Contimed INDUSTEER CHEiCJALS-Cont.

26 0 Cellulae acetate molding Alcohola--ontimed
compositions and molding 851400 G2yerin, 100 percent glycerol,
powder, plasticised...........Lb. 517,589 151,124 545,613 basis.......................Lb. 1,281,757 200,580 1,591,957
8ZS98 Cellulose acetate sheets, rods, 851505 Thiodiglyol................. Lb. .......... .......... .............
tubes, and other unfinished 851598 Alcohol*, n.e.a.. ...........Lb. 61,232,592 855s,5R 61,526,250
forms, plasticised ............Lb. 88,026 115,962 100,244 851600 Acetone .......................Lb. 1,549,100 115,601 1,694,110
S70 Cellulose enetate plastics film 851700 Butyl acetate..................Lb. 637,880 114,947 720,125
support.......................Lb. 275,124 576,831 569,542 851900 Carbon bisulfide ...............Lb. 556,415 21,150 405,695
Nitro and aceto cellulones 852001 Flprmaldeyde or formalin, 40 perSolutions, collodian, etc., cent solution by volume, 57 peronept lacqueres cot solution by weight. .Lb 809,785 51,042 859,051
8280 Ntrocellulose, having 852005 Paratormaldoelde, solid........Lb. 625 149 694
nitrogen content of more 852005 Formalde yde, gas..............Lb. 75,651 1,552 75,662
than 12 percent...........Lb. 5,264 991 7,018 852200 Angl acetate...................Lb. 457 151 590
GM806 Nitrocellulose having 852500 Synthetic collecting reagents
nitrogen content of 12 for concentration or ores,
percent and less........Lb. 11,084 5,508 14,010 mtale, or mineral.........Lb. 959,725 215,054 1,058,578
SMS08 ooto cellulose............Lb. 80 20 92 852800 Cellulose acetate flake, waste,
'Not in solution, wet down with and scrap, not plasticised. ...Lb. 7,650 2,041 8,044
water or diluents 852910 Carbon tetrachloride..........Lb. 259,995 15,057 255,685
6901 NLtrocellulose having 852950 Ethyl acetate..................Lb. 1,424,695 184,154 1,605,97
nitrogen content of mre 8529so Sotium aetate.................Lb. 25,121 1,509 24,951
than 12 percent. .Lb. (drywt.) 67,560 15,296 95,109 852960 Vethyl-et1 keton............Lb. 11,554 9,850 120,620
8$00 Nitrocellulose having 852970 Etyl ether...................Lb. 104,714 25,555 142,560
nitrogen content of 12 Other organic chemicals not of
percent and less.Lb.(dry wt.) 221,405 54,855 407,045 coal-tar origins
B2998 Aceto celllose...Lb. (dry t.) .......... .......... ............. 852985 Batadien.................Lb. 2,691,614 548,615 2,707,059
827300 Cements for sealing cans.......Lb. 408,265 82,085 459,760 852985 Vilidine chloride. Lb......... .......... .............
82740 Other cemting preparations for 832987 Chloroacetyl chloride........Lb. .......... .......... ...........
repairing, sealing and adhesive 852988 Chloroprene..................Lb. ...............................
use.........................Lb. 542,470 93,777 612,029 852995 Camphor, natural and
8200 Specialty cleaning and washing synthetic...............,Lb. 229,050 100,892 269,492
compounds, except soap........Lb. 1,102,776 95,066 1,520,269 852996 HEzmetbylene tetramine......b. 220,527 48,555 245,305
Polishest 852998 Other, n.e.s..............Lb. 878,225 584,627 1,057,585
82900 Metal and stove polishes.....Lb. 41,551 6,057 55,5.75 855600 Aluminum sulphate...........Lb. 6,505,748 85,051 6,557,748
829100 Shoe polishes and shoe 855005 Alumina chloride, antedrous...Lb. 57,241 4,912 84,442
cleaners....................Lb. 265,585 76,183 558,325 851998 Aluminu compounds, n.e.c......Lb. 505,920 28,774 527,551
829200 Leather dressings, oils, pol- 854010 Calcium lypochlorite...........Lb. 145,414 29,506 157,89
ishes, and stains...........Lb. 541,545 95,256 654,951 854090 Other bleaching powder.........Lb. 402,255 16,592 447,060
829500 Floor wax, wood and furniture 854100 Calcium carbide................Lb. 2,157,982 84,997 2,2800,911
polishes....................Lb. 120,800 21,381 156,537 834500 Calcium chloride...............Lb. 1,040,05 16,742 1,076,879
8200 hAtomobile polishes..........Lb. 57,959 15,925 76,917 Bromine, bramidasiand tromateas
529550 Natural flavoring extracts........ .......... 89,518 84,586 854401 Bromine.......................Lb. 806 1,01? 2,155
829590 Synthetic flavoring extracts...... .......... 106,690 155,532 854402 Potassium bromide.............Lb. 210,805 44,164 225,075
829600 Pectin.........................Lb. 77,246 97,942 88,540 84403 Sodium bramide...............Lb. 15,760 2,855 14,724
d2 Animal charcoal or o chars 85415 Ethylen dibromide...........Lb. .......... .......... ...........
deodoizing a c end Lb 96 50 854498 Other...................Lb. 36,875 17,747 56,085
gee absorbing carbon, n.e.s. ...Lb 294,615 52,452 509,501 Iodine, iodides, snd iodatest
829000 bbber componding agents, 854810 Potassium iodides............Lb 7,455 21,007 9,025
n.e.e.........................Lb. 195,475 52,202 215,450 854650 Iodine, crude and
Antiknock compounds not of remablised..................Lb. 8,578 15,055 10,412
petroleum originu 854698 Other..................... Lb. 1,747 4,812 5,478
829915 thyl fluid ..............Gal. 238,222 970,552 5,704,715 Potassium compou .b8s, except
829919 Any mixture containing more fertilizers
than Scc tetraethyl lead 855700 Bichromate and chromate. ..Lb. 116,158 1,755 126,016
per gallon..................Gal. 5,550 15,691 59,995 855800 lydroxide or canatic potash..Lb. 529,055 35,116 570,959
829930 Liquid gum inhibitors for Other,
treating petroleum distillates... .......... 138,107 144,465 855904 Potassim carbonate and
829950 Licorice extract an mass.................... 55,675 252,689 mixtures................Lb. 55,555 5,921 59,916
829970 heagent chemicals for laboratory 855905 Ptassium bitartrate and
use.............................. .......... 54,954 76,161 mixtures...................Lb 58,786 21,7 46,421
B2990 Chemical specialty compounds, 855908 Potassium chlorate ant
n.e............................. .......... 815,409 5,422,675 mixtures..................Lb. 556,219 48,461 585,072
855915 Potassium cyanide and
INDSTEAL CIEMCALS mixture ..................Lb. 9,986 5,164 11,528
855917 Potassium nitrate and
Acids and anhydrides: miztures (black saltpeter
850000 Acetic acid, 100 percent powder). (Preident's prooacetic acid.................Lb, 74lamation of Mar 1, 1957...Lb. 489,602 51,750 494,425
850100 Acetic aniydride.............Lb. 11,086 1,959 15,005 855918 Potassium nitrate, n.e.a.,
83200 Tartaric acid................Lb. 145,228 101,506 154,228 ad mixtures.............Lb. 997,670 69,117 1,021,48
Other organic acids and 835923 Potassium permanganate
anhydrides: and mixtures......Lb. 20,545 5,082 22,505
85050? Citric acid.............Lb. 124,729 27,450 158,595 855959 Jochelle salts.........Lb. 1,722 M 2,095
650509 Oxalic acid.............Lb. 209,557 25,407 224,942 855998 Other potassium compounds
850598 Other, except coal-tar.....Lb. 361,752 60,600 464,678 (not fertilizers)....Lb. 295,818 47,175 s18,714

850700 mydrochloric or suriatic...Lb. 525,826 15,905 45,747 856214 Keto orrarte..........Lb. 4,514,455 85,758 4,571,528
830800 Boric or boracic, except in 856221 Ammnitm borate............Lb. ...............................
small packages.........Lb. 8L5,791 45,181 829,452 856222 Borax glas..... *........Ib 25,100 28,950
850910 Chronic................Lb. 55,956 6,582 58,694 858227 Sodium metaborate....... .Lb 10,246 1,55 11,076
850950 Nitric.................Lb. 118,688 11,769 179,081 856229 Sodium tetraborate, borax,
650850 Sulfuric, fuming or oleum, sodium borate,.... :........Lb. 4,054,913 120,190 4,088,447
500 B basis......... Lb. 46,41A 5,555 65,608 856298 Borate4, n..s0..............Lb 95,840 1,281 95,780
83070 Other sulfuric 5(P Booms Sodium compounds, n.e.s.1
basis.....................Lb. 597,549 21,756 467,811 836400 Silicate or water glase......Lb. 1,549,181 28602 1,405,791
Other inorganic acids and 858500 Carbome, aekined or aa ash.Lb 11,857,511 170,948 11,744,564
aniqdrideas 856700 Bicarbonate or baking soda,
SArsenios oxide or white except in mall piackages.... Lb. 2,951,351 4,855 5,05,865
arsenic.................Lb. 4,557 385 4,84? 856800 Biahroate and chromate......Lb. 742,131 56,127 771,820
85092 Molybdic acid and molytdenma 836900 Cyanide......................Lb 18,100 2,448 19,127
trioxide.............Jb. 471 517 558 857500 l(ydroxide or emotic soda,
830995 Phosphoric acid, ortho- except in small packages....Lb. 16,470,550 591,701 17,640,556
pryo-, and meta.....Lb. 99,518 9,552 117,585 857700 Sodium phosphate (momo-,
80995 Tangstic acid.........Lb............ .......... .......... ..........di-, tri-, meta-, or pyro)..Lb 918,760 66,584 951,946
850998 Other inorganic acids and 857800 (ydrosulfita*................Lb. 460,658 79,548 502,768
anhydridee...........Lb. 741,867 27,898 761,878 Other sodium compounds
Alcohols:u 857905 Sodium chlorate ..........L.b 19,467 1,989 21,571
8 o Methanol....................Gal. 25,068 15,510 174,205 857909 Sodium p rt 19.........Lb 4,276 $10 4,785
831100 Etlylene glycol...........Lb. 5,437,183 526,661 5,595,279 857998 Other, except sodium borates
85120 Solidified denatured alooho.1Lb. 2,814 535 3,249 and nitrate............Lb 6,784,786 214,447 7,006,958
83150 Butanol or butyl alcohol.....Lb. 519,52 108,187 592,625 858100 Tin compounda.................Lb 1,698 741 1,958



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC IERCHANDISE-MARCH 1946-Continued

Commodity Shppn Coodity Sipn
coda o. Comdity description and unit Net. Value cod.N, Comodity descriptian and unit Net Valne
(oed- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sche of quantity quantity (dollar*)
iile B)____ ___ le)

0UP 8.--C1M AS S AFIG ENTS, PAINTS AND ELATED POUCTS-Cotinued VARNISES-Contimed
INUSTgIAL CHEMICAIn --Contimnued at-ert i

AonAum compounds (dry)-Continued
858501 Aqua monia, ammnia liqur 840500 Other mineral-earth pipents.Lb. 2,255,800 29,190 2,0,2
or ammonlua bdroxide .......Lb. 584,255 4,880 599,772 Chemical pientes
838505 Bicarbonate and carbonate .... Lb. 197,775 15,061 220921 841100 Zinc oxide Lb. 1,201,859 104,20 1,26
8538505 Chloride or sal amniade.....Lb, 77,647 6,165 85107 841400 Lihopo .................... Lb. 1,956,810 9,158 ,
8511 Ouanidim 99treat ............ Lb ............ ........... ............
85517 Nitrate .................. Lb 1,101,665 45,782 1,159,717 842500 Carbon black or gas black....Lb. 15,556,459 798,195
86525 Urea ........................Lb 290,758 12,532 294,352 842400 Red lead, 4dry ................Lb. 199,958 20,521
858598 Ammonium compound, n.*s........ .......... 36,505 508,764 842500 Litharge ...................Lb. 486,971 3,002 SiM
Gases co eased, iquefied, and 0 Whit e lead
solidtfieds 842600 Dry or basic lead
859000 Amonia, anhydrou ...........Lb. 592,572 5 8,220 8655,885 caronte....,........ Lb. 1,427,85 94,5
859100 Other gaseous refrigerants...Lb. 426,609 75,681a 76,209 842700 In oil.....................Lb. 7,55 4,540 e
859200 Chlorine....................Lb. 595,565 15,445 766,570 842800 ftanium dioxide and
839400 Heiuin gas................ Caft. 15,650 1640 10,240 titanium pigments...........Lb. 2,124,550 18,057 2,1,1
Gases, n.e.a., liquefied and 842905 Chrome pigments containing
soliditieds 10.,r more chromium.......Lb. 95,250 18,060 20
5s11 Lung irritants, n.e.s., exept Lead pigments,
chlorine and hloropicrin.Lb. 416 657 1,040 42912 Orange mineral...........Lb. 2,75 288 2,
859515 Vesasicants ................Lb. ................................. 842915 Sublimed lead or basic
859515 Lachrymators ............Lb...................................... sulfate, dry ......... Lb. 2,740 22
89517 Stertator ............ ..L ................................ 84219 Zinc sulfide ............... Lb. 2,82 1,571
859518 Screening smonake............ Lb. ......... .......... ............. 84298 Chemical pigments, nu.e.s ...Lb. 502,405 11,72 51,242
859519 Items esnmerated in 84000 Bituminous paints, liquid and
category VI of President's plastic................................... 68,65 726,00
Proclamation of May 1, 1957, Paste and senipaste paint colors
n.e.s....................Lb. ................................. in oil, putty and paste wood
859598 Other, n.e. a...............Lb, 815,942 98,878 1,748,142 filler i
Other industrial chemicalss 84 ed lead in oil .............. Lb. 12,272 2,17 14,5
Antimaory salts and compounds- 843198 Other, except alumina and
83605 Antimony oxides (tri-, aluminum-bronze pastes......,Lb, 277,91 65,04 527220
tetra-, penta-)...........Lb. 400 87 409 Water paints (all types)
859608 Other antimony salts and 845210 Water paints, dry.......... Lb. 402,022 55,2 451,5
compound .................Lb. 65,076 17,165 66,921 845230 ulsion paints............Ga. 52,574 50,709 38,61
Bismuth salts and compounds 845250 Water paints, in paste form,
8$39631 Bimuth nitrates and except emulsion paints.....Gal. 4,455 7,771 644
mixtures ..................Lb. 5,598 7,558 6,741 Nitrocellulose and other cellulose
8596354 Bismth carbonates and lacquers.
mixtures ................ Lb. 1,508 2,487 1,761 845510 Pipented..................Gal. 51,675 95,540 2,3
859658 Other.....................Lb. 1,560 5,816 2,045 843410 Clear.....................Gal. 15,518 84,131 125,907
859650 Cadium salts and compounds..Lb. 2,567 1,625 2,854 5510 Thinners for nitrocellulose and
839670 Chromium salts and compounds, other cellulosic lacquers..Gal. 46,001 46,508 561,8S
except chemical pigments .... Lb. 46,850 5,500 48,409 845800 Ready-mixed paints, stains,
859690 Cobalt salty and compounds, a enamels .................Gal. 274,180 578,04 ,35,0
except chemical pigents....Lb. 4,004 5,348 4,841 844210 Varnishea, natural or
Copper salts and compounds synthetic ...................Gal. 59,562 68,782 63
859715 Cupric oxide...............Lb. 951 1,1865 1,218
859717 Cuprous oxide............ Lb. 4,400 1,056 4,686 FEIMILZES AND Fn~ mZR
859718 Other ..... ............... Lb 56,498 55,907 61,928 MEIA
Manganese salts and compounds Nitrogenous fertilizer materials
859722 Manganese dioxide (including Nitrogenous cbhemical materials
battery mix)..............Lb. 1,108,980 45,895 1,119,020 850500 Amonium sulfate ...........Lb. 4,691,800 81,869 4,720,00
859728 Other.....................Lb. 9,104 908 9,806 850903 Calcium cyanaide ..........Lb. ....................
Mercury salts and compounds 850905 Calcium nitrate............Lb. .................. ......
859741 Mercurous chloride or 850919 Sodium nitrate, n.e.a ......Lb. 1,241,567 20,028 1,252,2
cal 1...................Lb 1,875 4,528 2,654 850925 Urea......................Lb. 180,000 5,682 82,510
859742 Mercuric chloride or 850998 Nitrogenous chemical
corrosive msublimate.......Lb. 1,459 2,595 2,018 materials, n.e...........Lb. 6,660,052 174,51 6,756,64
859745 Mercuric fulminate ........ Lb. .................... ............. 851000 Nitrogenous organic waste
859745 Mercuric oxide, red and material .................Lb. 1,505,700 1,227 8,47
yellow...................Lb. 2,951 6,991 53,914 Phosphatico fertilizer materials,
8 59748 Other.....................Lb. 554 4,222 855 Phosphate rocks
859758 Molybdena salts and com- Florida,
pounds, n.e.s ..............Lb ................................. 85110 High-grade hard rook...L.ton ................ .......
859760 Nickel salts and compounds...Lb 22,650 5,769 24,615 851520 Land pebble............L.ton 7,990 100,748 17,909,3
859775 Radium salts and compounds, 851560 Other.................L.ton 500 ,589 67,500
radium content .............. 127 3,994 68 851580 Tennessee, Idaho, and
Strontium salts and compounds Montana rook............L.ton 1,570 15,574 ,54,00
859780 Celeetite or mineral strontium 851901 Normal superphosphate, containsulfate.................Lb ........ .. .......... .............. ing not more than 25 percent
859784 Stirontvium nitrate......... Lb 6,684 684 7,655 available phosphoric acid...Lb. 35,552,544 56,825 5,09
839785 Strontium oslate..........Lb 1,500 559 1,650 61909 Concentrated superphosphate,
859788 Other.....................Lb. 2,772 1,251 5,140 containing more than 28 per839810 Titanium tetraohloride.......Lb. 6,945 1,725 7,925 cent available phosphoric
8359518 Other titanium salts and acid.......................Lb. 16,608,658 508,892 16,764,
compounds...............Lb 19 95 57 852000 Other phosphate materials.... Lb. 156,680 7,619 165,74
859822 Tungsten aalts and compounds.Lb. 64 202 157 Potassic fertilizer material,
839880 Uranium salts and compounds.Orn 17,706 248 81 853101 Potassium chloride...........Lb. 11,852,970 156,965 11,45,67
Vanadium salts and compounds 853108 Potassium sulfate............Lb. 1,469,927 27,554 1,566,0
839836 Vanadiua oxide ............Lb. 2,485 2,744 3,624 853107 Potassic fertilizer materials,
8595838 Other.......................Lb. 1 6 3 n.e.a., containing 20 or more
Zinc salts and compoundes potassium oxide (KaO equiv859845 Zinc chloride..............Lb. 15,617 1,656 16,590 alent, n.e.s. (25 KIO content
859847 Zinc sulfate ............... Lb. 1 0 4,991 124,72 equivalent basis) ........... Lb. 1,171,700 7,558 1,1,70
859848 Other ...................... Lb. 38,672 9,585 42,571 855187 Potassic fertilizer materials
Zirconium salts and compounds% containing less than 20 percent
859854 Zconium oxides ........... Lb. 22,486 5,028 25,552 potassium oxide 20
859858 Other......................Lb. 12,804 1,006 13,514 equivalent..............Lb...........................
Platim group salts and 854000 Nitrogenous phosphatic types...Lb. 1,526 61 155.
compoundes rprdrile ~urs.L, i6462%
859874 Platinum ...............T.oz. 449 25,731 58 8500 Prepared fertilizer mixtures...Lb. 1,524,572 25,670 1,54,622
859878 Other platinum group salts EXPLOSIVES, FUSES, ETC.
and compounds...........T.oz. 11 1,567 24
859885 Thorium salts and
compounds................Lb. 576 855 618 Explosives:
85987 Phosphorous elemental.......Lb. 47,102 25,060 60,55 860101 Smokeless powder..............Lb. 6,581,536 1,428,185 8,663,750
859892 Cerium compounds ............. Lb ......... ........................ 860103 Cordite Nd.................Lb.............................
8598935 Indium compounds ............. Lb. ................................. 860400 Dynamte......................Lb. 989,677 125,912 1,11129
89898 Other industrial chemicals................ ...09,182 4,076,455 Ot e e ..losivesi
Other explosives
PIGMENTS, PAINS AND VARNISHES Commercial explosives
Mineral-earth pigments (dry)s 860901 Blasting Gelatin...........Lb. 250,000 28,165 295,050
840100 Ocher, umber, asienna, and 860902 Gelignite .................Lb. 275,750 56,207 1,85
other forms of 5ron oxide 86090 Similar explosive
for paints..................Lb. 865,799 57,574 co poSundi e.................Lb. 475,00 545 5,71

24compou ..............Lb. 47,600
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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMETIC MERCHANDISE-VA H 1945-Contlnued

n Comodity Ship
mmodity description and unit Nt Valcode No. Camodity description and unit Net value epig
(Schd- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched ofquantity quantity (dollars)
ula B) nl B

GDUP 8.-CBHICALS A D GROUP 9.-MISCELANOUS-Cont.
RELATED PRODUCTS-Contimed
EXPLOSIVES, FUSES, ETC.-Continued PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION
00DS-Continued
iplosives-Contimed ooS--contin
Other esxplosives-Continued Exposed motion-picture films-Cont
860905 Lead aide ................Lb. ..* ...........** *Negative-Continued
860907 Nitroglycerin..............Lb. 67 165 71 912150 Features, 16 m. (1600
860908 Nitrostarch..,............Lb. ....... ... .......... ............ linear feet or over)..Lin.ft. 11,400 1,490 55
860909 Nitromannite ............... Lb .......... ....................... 912151 Features, 16 mm. (1600
86095 Tetryl .....................Lb. .......... .......... ............. linar feet or over)
860955 Trinitrotaluene (TNT) ......Lb. 4,605,600 482,648 5,268,026 quantity only in mmber of
660994 Pentolite ..................Lb. .......... ..................... complete features .........No. 8 .......... .............
860998 Other explosive .........., Lb. 538,695 155,641 956,128 912140 Short subjects, 55 em.
Fuses and blasting caps- (less than 4000 linear
86250 Safety fuses............. Lin.ft. 55,879,736 233,158 810,066 feet)................Lin.ft. 255,975 9,671 1,680
862900 Blasting caps................No. 8,719,350 112,527 167,254 912141 Short subjects, 55 m.
S(less than 4000 linear
SOAP AND TOILST PEEPARATIONS feet) quantity only, in nsueber of reels or rolls.....No. 52.......................
Soap, 912160 Short subjects, 16 m.
70 Medicated....................Lb. 36,094 20,107 47,106 (less than 1600 linear
871200 Toilet or fancy..............Lb. 1,145,505 256,341 1,505,566 feet)................ Lin.ft. 95,5385 5,985 540
871500 Laundry......................Lb. 515,955 59,856 585,535 912161 Short subjects, 16 am.
871600 Powdered or flaked...........Lb. 2586,125 43,545 298,643 (lees than 1600-linear
871600 Shaving cress ...............Lb. 21,159 15,786 34,172 feet) quantity only, in
81900 Shaving cakes, powders, and mber .................... No. 152.......................
ticks.....................Lb 31,220 27,576 45,471 912170 Newsreela .............. Lin.ft. 25,985 1,457 222
87Z400 Scouring bricks, pastas, 912171 Newreels quantity only ...No. 57 .......... .............
powders, soape, and house- 912180 Trailers, inserts, and
hold washing powders........Lb. 276,721 26,544 325,257 replacements..Lin.ft. 10,178 475 126
872900 Other soaps..................Lb. 65,414 7,020 70,659 91281 Trailers, inerts, and
873400 Dental creame.................Lb. 182,01.2 199,679 269,573 replacements, quantity
500 Other dentifrics ..............Lb. 15,226 14,556 21,818 on...................... No. 49 .......... ............
oilt powders 912190 Negative 6 m. film ... .Lin.ft. 6,990 114 25
847000 Talcum powder, in packages...... ........... 61,660 214,064 912191 Negative 8 -m. film,
874200 Face and compact powder......... .......... 124,117 158,524 quantity only............No. 9 .......... .............
Cream, muges and other 912200 Sound track............Lin.ft. 204,599 4,285 1,245
smetics 912201 Sound track, quantity
675000 Cold creams................. Lb. 40,679 25,072 71,875 only ..................... No. 220 ........ ...........
87500 Vanishing creams.............Lb. 46,191 22,715 69,605 Positive:
875200 Other creams, lotions and 912520 Features, 35 m. (4000
ebalms.......................................58,221 92,051 linear feet or
8755O0 Rouges......................... 54,000 2,950 over)................Lin.ft. 11,585,582 296,576 85,006
875600 Lip sticks...................... .......... 201,615 51,496 912521 Features, 55 me. (4000
875700 Other cometics.................. .......... 5,381 25,954 linear feat or over)
875900 Manicuring preparations ........... .......... 31,85S 48,509 quantity only............ No. 1,790.......................
876200 Depilatories and deodorants................. 14,237 25,20 912550 Features, 16 m. (1600
876500 Hair preparations........................... 184,421 716,524 linear feet or
87600 Perfumery end toilet waters................. 141,273 56,378 over)................Linft 611,055 14,912 1,664
877000 Other toilet preparations......... .......... 55,575 116,488 912551 Features, 16 m. (1600
linear feet or over)
G.UP 9.USCELLN S............... 99,526,582 223,677,507 quantity only ............No. 167 .......... .............
912340 Short subjects, 55 m.
PRTOGRAPHIC AND POJECTION GOODS. (less than 4000112n.
Cft.)..................Lin.ft. 1,105,984 32,171 8,104
Cameras 912541 Short subjects, 55 me.
Ntion-picture- (less than 4000 linear
900050 Standard ge (3s5 m.)....No. 10 20,870 1,114 feet, quantity oa No 1,50 ........................
O 0 Substandard gauge (16 m.).No. 6 621 80 912360 Short subjects, 16 m.
9 0 Substandard gauge (8 m.)..No. .................... ............. (less than 1600 linear
Except mtion-picture: feet)................Lin 1,416,072 40,627 9,406
900251 Arial cameras, aircraft 912561 Short subjects, 16 me.
instruments...............No. 515 566,878 54,785 (less than 1600 linear
900255 Aerial cameras, n.e.s......No. 24 6,565 5,160 feet) quantity only No. ........................
90025 Gun cameras................No. 4 597 72 912370 Newsreels ..............Lin.ft 776,542 16,117 4,658
900238 Studio, photo-engraving, 912571 Newsreels, quantity
oiln-oper ated, and only ...................... No. 1,088.......... .............
similar types of cameras Trailers, inserts, and
for professional, scientific, replacements Lin..t 542,854 10,040 ,122
or commercial use.........No. 29 19,256 7,850 912581 Trailers, inserts Li.ft. 2,854 10,00 and,122
900500 Box type (set focus).......No 14 92 24 replacements, quantity
900500 Other......................No. 152 7,955 1,485 only ......................No. 1,360.......... .............
900600 Parts of cameras, except lenses... ........... 425,992 44,662 912590 Positive 8 am. film....Lin.ft. 53,770 701127
Motionpicture projectoras 912591 Positive 8 am. film,
900700 Standard gauge (35 m.)......No. 550 56,359 1,169 quantity only............. No. 505.......... ............
Substandard gmage (16 m.)s 912400 Sound track........... Lin.ft 25,884 1,2Q4 299
900850 Silent....................No. 1 13 50 912401 Sound track, quantity
900840 Sound.....................No. 245 51,681 25,918 only......................No. 85.......... .............
900650 Slmbstandard gaPge (8 m.), Other sensitized films, umexpdeds,
silent.......................N. ........... .......... ............. 912500 Cartride or rolls............No 405,409 224,575 127,676
900900 Except motion picture........No. 168 10,766 6,542 Packs of sheets$
Motion-picture sound equipment: 912610 X-ray, number of sheets ....No 922,474 166,615 154,214
901000 Recording ....................... ......... 19,324 7,51L 912690 Other, number of sheets....No 600,455 56,50 28,215
901100 Nproducing..................... .......... 52,209 42,195 912700 Dry plates ................ Dos. 32,671 25,671 8 0 888
902D00 Arc Imps, motion picture 91260 Photographic paper ......... Lb. 204,715 196,92 255,897
projection ..... ..............No. 106 5,152 2,972 914000 Photographic apparatus an
902200 Motion-picture screens ............ ...... 11,992 11,172 supplies, n.e.a........................ 456,550 192,351L
902900 Parts and equipment for projection
and studio apparatus ...................... 121,417 4,208 SCIEIFIC AND PFESSIONAL INMotion-picture films, unexposed: STCENMETIS, APPARATUS, AND SUPPLIFS
Sensitized, Z5 me:
911710 Positive film..........Linft. 6,299,724 52,670 42,826 Optical goods:
91172 Negative film.......... Lin.ft. 2,943,288 78,374 24,050 914200 Ophthalmc lenses, escept
9ensitied, 1 .a blanks ...................Pair 260,926 159,218 27,047
911750 Positive film .... .Lin.f 58,45 9,8 1,957 914550 Sun or glare glasses and "
911740 Negative film .......... Lin.ft. 1,201,538 44,924 8,113 sun goggles .................... .......... 141,981 44,84
Sensitied, 8 mm 914590 Spectacles, eyeglasses,
911750 Positive fil ......... Lin.ft. 9,90 207 50 goggle, lenses, n.e.e.,
9I760 Negative film.......... Lin.ft. 49,7 1,9255 and frames ................................ 425,810 54,068
Exposed motion-picture films 914700 Optical lenses, not fitted to4
S rates instmns................. No. 1,265 8,515 2,224
Features, 35 m (4000 9Binoculars ................... No. 526 41,740 2,524
i e ar feet or oer)..Lin.ft. 744,816 5,777 4,796 Microscopes d acesories..... .......... 1,071 7,066
91221 Features, 55 m. (4000 91498 Optical goods, n.e.s ........................ 5,907 25,148

quantshe o cl e 915200 Teeth ......................... No, 5068,281 255,531 9,52
915500 Precious metals for dentistry,
inear fe eN or..over... 0 Dental instruments ......... .... .......... 28,557 4,12
featues...................No. 1so .......... ............. ex., .svraor .x... .....s'r
fe~s ....+......N.except silIver alloys and .. .......ns07 600










UNITED STATES EXPORTS 0F DOMESTIC RCHANIE-MARC o--Continues


e No Comodity description and unit Net Value w cod No. Comoodity description and unit Not value w
(Schad- of quantity quantity (dollars) po ) (S d of quantity quantity (dollars)
i.. B) ule B)________GUP 9.--MISCELLANBOUS--Cont. GOU 9.-41,SCELA-OU8-Cont.
SCIZTIFIC AND P8ESSIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND PFE=SIONAL
IrTMMSM, APPARATUS, INTRUMEWS, APPATS,
AND SUPHLL-Coainned AN 81D PLIES--Continued

915550 Dental office equipment .................... 72,442 67,667 Military equipment, apparatus and
915590 Dental suanpplies, n.e. .......... ....... ... 255244 50,182 part, not containing optical
915600 Sterilisers .................... No. 476 64,579 74,585 elements (fire-control instru915700 Surgical and medical mens included)-Continued
instruments ...................... ......... 17,688 71,552 919085 Self-eynchronous transmitters m
915800 Surgical appliances ............... .......... 188,870 112,77Z indicators, such as slayne and
Military equipment, apparatus synchro units and switchboards
and parts containing optical therefor, except aircraft...... ........... 725$
elements (Fire-control instru- 919087 Sound and flash ranging
ments included), apparatus................................ .......... .............
Directors and part 919089 Sound locators for aircraft, and
91590L M 5 57 gun ............ No. 1 90,000 55,0 binural trainers, therefor,
915905 M 5 U.S.; N 6 BR for ground us................. .......... .......... .............
40 gan .................No ..........*....................... 919092 as masks (except oxygen masks
915905 K 7 90 K gnn ............ o. .......... ......... ............. used in high-altitude flying,
915907 M 5*4 5.7 inch gun .......No. ............................... oxygen tents, and gas and oxy915908 Directors, n.e.g .......... No. 19 662,550 155,614 gen administering equipent.No. 15 365
915909 Parts and accessories for 919093 Submarine listening devices ..... .......... 5,552 1,4
director .................... .......... 556,497 82,998 919094 Tachometers, except aircraft.No. 84 5,23 57
Finders, height and range, 919095 Aircraft pilot trainers, for
and parts .ground instruction of pilots,
915921 Infantry range finder.....NO. .......... .***............. student pilots, and combat
915925 Artillery range finders .... No .......... .......... ............. crews in instrument flying
915925 Height finders, navigation, bombing, or
stereoscopic .............. No .......... ..........*............. gu nnery.....................No 12 40,465 1,0
915927 Height finders, 91909 Parts of aircraft pi lot trainers .......... 8,891 11,06
coincidence...............No. ................................ 919098 Other scientific, laboratory,
915928 Height and range finders, and professional instruments,
ne......................No. 12 126,690 22,140 apparatus, and parts, n.e.e ................ 1,620,825 1,3,
915929 Parts and accessories for
height and rangers........... .......... 620 189 MICIAL INSTENTS
Sights, except bomb-sightes
915941 Aircraft gan-eights........No. 21 841 155 Pianoa:
91594 Tanmk-sights ................No .................................. 921100 New ........................No 11 4,888 6,102
915945 Oun sights, rifle and 921200 Used or rebuilt..............No 29 7,870 1927
machine (telescopic sights 923000 Pipe organs....................No. ......... .......... .............
included) .................No..................... ............. 925200 Other organs ..................No. 3 97 170
915947 Artillery sights...........No. ............................ ........*** Phonographs and parts:
915948 Sights, n.e. ..............No. 7 6,475 550 925500 Coin-operated................No, 387 59,114 ,4
Telescopes and perdiecopess 925600 Other........................No. 384 8,125 8
915951 Telescopes, flank 925900 Phonograph parts................ ......... 69,267 s
spotting.................. No. 48 16,764 2,012 924200 Phonograph records, except
915955 Telescopes B.C. Battery motion-picture sound recozrda
Comand. ................... No. ................................. and dictaphone records ..................... 101,277 17,47
915955 Periscopes...............No. 1,097 68,442 12,855 Band instruments:
915958 Telescopes, n.e.a ........ .No 981 109,457 16,507 924500 Percuesion ................................ 2,115 90
915959 Parts and accessories for 924700 Bras-wind instruments .......No. 74 5,271 876
sights, telescopes, and 924800 Wood-wind instrments........No 57 5,850
periscopes ................... .......... 154,259 57,229 929300 String instruments.............No. 694 5,676 3,4
915961 Fire-control equipment sets..No ................................. 929500 Other musical instrument ................... 1,697
915968 Fire-control equipment, n.e.e............. 550,549 86,408 929700 Musical itrument parts and
915971 Ai ing circles............... ......o ..........................** accessories, n.e.s.... ..................... 66,155 41
915979 Other military equipment
containing precision optical Kr ISCELLAZ DUS OFFICE SUPPLIES
syste ........................ .......... 12,000 158
Surveying and engineering Mechanical pencils:
instruments, equipment and parts, 930100 Of plastic materials........Dos. 6,062 64,484 2,65
n.e.e.s 950200 Of other materials..........Dos. 80 1,45 04
916011 Transits ....................No 145 50,769 6,587 Pencils, except mechanical
916015 Levels.......................No 271 7,456 2,221 950410 Of black lead.............Gross 65,524 150,689 14,72
916015 Compasses....................No 2,188 5,615 789 950420 Other......................Gross 10,900 9,545 29,51
916017 Plane tables................. No 16 2,104 759 930550 Pencil leads................ Gross 51,254 22,154 2218
916019 Map reproduction equipment...... .......... 308 152 950550 Pencil parts ................................ 9,777 21S
916021 Drawing equipment and parts ............... 61,595 20,582 950600 Crayons.....................Gross 47,121 54,501 1 10
916029 Other surveying and engineering Fountain and stylographeic pena:
instruments, equipment and 95000 Of plastic materials ........Dos 15,765 404,612 10
parts, n.e.a ................... .......... 28,945 7,558 951000 Of other materials........Dos 515 5,105 67
919005 Radio ground equipment used 931200 Parts, except pen points........ .......... 20,597 1,455
for the direction and 931600 Metallic pen points........Gross 48,857 42,251 13,846
navigation of aircraft........... .......... 9,748,808 1,781,456 931900 Other penholders and parts.... ............. 6,825 7,10
Military equipment, apparatus and 932100 Writing ink....................... ......... 99,469 606,714
parts, not containing optical 932200 Printing and lithographic i1k..Lb. 554,251 165,674 646,468
elements (fire-control instru- 952900 Other ink ................................... 17,209 45,8
sents included)s 939100 Paste and mucilage.............Lb. 70,642 15,815 101
919050 Azimuth instruments, except 959200 Carbon paper ..................Lb. 61,802 62,226 89,542
aircraft...................No. 126 19,906 4,919 99500 Typewriter ribbons............Dos. 9,902 51,662 18,60
919055 Drift meters, except 99900 Other office supplies .............126,125 190,9
aircraft................ No ...... ..........................
919055 Lead computore ............... No. .................................. IDS, ATHLETIC AND SPORTING 000DS
919057 Other navigational instruments,
except marine chronometers and Toys (dolls and children's wheel
aircraft navigational instru- goods included):
cents .......................No. 689 20,906 16,529 940000 Dolls and parts ......................... 24,665 16,87
919059 Range finder trainers........No. 4 40,658 22,406 940500 Children's wheel goods and parts .......... 1,156 ,49
919061 Control apparatus for position- 940800 Mechanical toys end parts................. 1,705 2,045
ing guns....................... .......... 158,299 12,865 Toys, n.e.0.t
919063 Fuse setters.................No 19 6,497 25 940900 Metal ................................... 4,278 9,8
919065 Gyroscopic stabilising instr- 941000 Wood .................................... 7,421 16
ments, except aircraft...... No. ..................................941800 Toys, and parts, n.e.s ........ .......... 74,963 212,0
919067 Gunnere and range quadrants..No. 46 5,881 406 Athletic and sporting goode:
919059 Magnetic and gyroscopic 942000 Fishing rods .............. No. 1 15 2
compasses, except aircraft..No. 448 155,411 52,728 942100 Fishing reels................No. 74 369 125
919071 Plotting boards...........N...No ................................. 942200 Other fishing tackle and parts,
9190735 All apparatus, or parts, for except for commercial fishing............ 30,545 18,607
detecting, sighting, or 945500 Golf balls...............Dos. 352 2,879
determining position of a 943400 Foot, basket, base, tennis,
surface, sub-surface, or aerial and other balls, except ball
target......................... .......... 2,992,108 644,016 wholly of rubber.............. .......... 65,409 4
919081 Range correction board.......No .......... .......... ............. Other athletic and sporting
919082 Range keepers or other goode, except shoes, firearms,
ballistic computing arid sunition:
mechanisms........,..................... 80,716 6,047 945600 Golf club .................No. 186 1,049 273

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ComoditS
cdepommodity description and unit Net V eing code No. Coenodity description and unit Net Value weig
eihtof quantityquantitypounds (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds)
o( )ue B)


GROUP 9..41ISCLLANECUS-Cont. GRUP 9.--MISCMANUS-4ont.
TOYS, ATHLETIC AND SPORIG FIEAMS, AMMUNITION AND
GOODS-Continued PYROTCHENCS--Contimed

Athletic sd sporting goods--Cont. Firearms and ordnance, except
Other athletic and sporting fire-control equipment-Continued
goods, except shoes, firearms, Infantry support weapons and
and ammunition--Continued parts-Continued
lee skates ................Pajr..................... ............. 947749 75-4M Antitank
9 ller skates............ Pair 75 268 350 equipment guns ............ No. .......... ........... .............
GO0 Billiard tables and 97750 3-inch Antitank equipment guns
acces o tes .................. ........... 25,085 99,308 except self-propelled ..... No ...................................
944900 Other..................................... 77,229 86,263 947752 S-inch Antitank equipment
Amusement park and playground guns, self-propelled ...... No .....................................
devices and parts.............. .......... 11,35 60,298 947754 Infantry support weapons,
n.e.s.--uns .............. No. 1 1,800 120
MISCELLANEOUS MILITARYf EUIPMLNT 947769 Parts and accessories for
infantry support weapons
Bridges and bridge building (carriage included) ..................... 133,398 121,011
equipment, and parts, engineers; Field Artillery and parts
Cable bridges ................ No ........... ............. ......... 947801 75-4M guns, except selfFoot bridges ................. No.......... ........................ propelled ................. No. 8 34,775 9,360
Portable ferrieso............No ........... .......... ............ 947802 75-MM guns, self-propelled.No ...................... .............
Pontoon bridges .............No........... .......... ............ 947803 18-Pounder guns ............ No ..................... .............
009 Bridges, n.s...............go. 19 552,504 3,472,696 947805 25-Pounder guns ............ No ...................... .............
Parts and accessories for bridge 947807 4.5-inch guns .............. No ..................... .............
building....................... ........ 82,093 401,956 947811 4.7-inch guns .............. No ..................... .............
51 Kitchen mess and field baking 947815 6-inch guns ................ No ..................... ............
equipment ........................ ........... 159 1,258 947815 155 UM guns, new and
90 Military equipage, n.e.a.................... 116,755 464,995 modernized ................ No 15 417,660 299,988
947817 8-inch guns ................No 1 2,045 32,500
FIRARM, AMMUNITIONAND 947821 75-M Howitzers, field
PYROTECNICS and pack, except
self-propelled ............ No ..................... .............
Firearms and ordnance, except 947822 754M Howitzers, selffire-control equipment s propelled ................. No .....................................
Rovolvers and pistols: 947823 105-MM Howitzers, except
47004 .22-Caliber............... No. 6 i1 17 self-propelled ............ No. .......... .......................
5 .32-Caliber ........... .......... .......... ............. 947824 105 UK Howitzers, self
947006 .38-Caliber ................ No. 2,540 68,719 7,592 propelled ................. No ........... .......... .............
947007 .45-Caliber .................... No .................... ............. 947825 4.5-inch Howitzers ......... No ..................... .............
947008 Revolvers and pistols, ne.sN. 9 170 22 947827 5.5-inch Howitzers No...................... .........
94009 Parts and accessories for 947861 6-inch Howitzers ........... No ...................... ......
revolvers and pistols .................... 218 157 947835 155-MM Howitzers, new and
97100 Small arms equipment ...................... 75,279 10,568 modernized ................ No. 5 262,658 203,678
Rifles, .22-Caliber .......... No. 511 4,282 3,202 947835 7.2-inch Howitzers No........................ .............
947222 Rfles, .50-Caliber carbine- 947837 8-inch Howitzers ........... No........... .......................
X 1......................... No. 13 633 152 947841 240-M Howitzers ........... No. 4 562,964 388,642
47225 Rifles, .30-Caliber Ml, Garand 947843 9.2-inch Howitzers No........................ .............
and Johnson .................No ............ .......... ............. 947845 Field Artillery, n.e.s. .. .................................
947224 Rifles, .30-Caliber M-190, 947849 Parts and accessories for
Springfield and 1-1917, field artillery (carriages,
Enfield....................No. 5 190 52 adaptors, limbers, and
947225 Rifles, .305-Caliber, caissons included) ...................... 602,063 515,756
Lee Efteld ................No............ ........... ............. Coast and railway artillery,
947227 Antitank rifles, and parts:
.55 Caliber boys ............ No ..................................... 947851 Seacoast guns 6-, 8-, 9.2-,
947228 Rifles, n~e.s ............... No. 52 2,025 527 12-, 14- and 16- inch ..... No.........................
947259 Parts and accessories for rifles .......... 41,985 25,609 947853 Railway guns 8-, 9.2-, 12-, ........
947500 Shotguns ..................... No. 1,437 16,562 13,128 and 14- inch .............. No ...................................
Automatic arms and parts: 947855 12-inch Howitzers .......... No .. .......... .............
947701 Machine guns, .0-Caliber, 947857 12-inch mortars ............ No .....................................
aircraft .................No. 6 1,807 515 947858 16-inch Howitzers .......... No. ....................... .............
947703 Machine guns, .503-Caliber, 947859 Parts and accessories for
aircraft................. No. .......... ...................... coast and railway artillery ...................................
947705 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, Anti-aircraft artillery, and
ai craft .................. No. 1,109 595,758 114,166 parts, except naval artilleryt
947707 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947861 .37-4M MA2 guns, wheeled.No ..................... .............
ground and tank........... No 3 154 214 947862 .30 Caliber machine guns...No. 2 1,000 200
94771 Machine guns, .305-Caliber, 947863 40-MM guns ................. No. ...................... .............
ground and tank ..........No...................... ............. 947864 .50-Caliber machine guns...No........... .......... .............
847715 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947865 S-inch gens ................ No....................................
ground and tank ........... No .................................... 947867 90-M guns ................. No ....................... .............
947715 Machine guns, .5-inch Caliber, 947871 5.7-inch guns .............. No ..................... .............
navy ...................... No ................................... 947873 4.7-inch guns .............. No ..................... .............
947717 Sub-machine guns, .45 caliber, 947875 105-4M guns ................ NO ....................... .............
Thompson ................. No. 5,500 176,825 95,598 947877 Anti-aircraft artillery,
947721 Sub-machine guns, n.e. ..................... .NO .................... .............
9-MM Caliber .............No........... .......... ............. 947879 Parts and accessories for
Automatic rifles, .50 Cgliber anti-aircraft artillery (bar1-1918 and M-1918 A 2, rels and carriages included)........... 160,615 447,054
Browning .................. No ........... .......... ............. Anti-aircraft armament and
947725 Automatic arms, n.e.s. No... No ...... ........................... parts, except machine ns
947729 Parts and accessories for and anti-aircraft artillery:
automatic arms (mounts, bar- 947901 204 Hispano suiza M-1
rels, and adaptors included)............ 635,281 318,578 aircraft guns ............. No. 4 6,000 800
Infantry support weapons, and 947905 37-MM--4 Aircraft guns .... No ..................... .............
parts, 947905 Aircraft armament, n.e.s ...No, .................... .............
947751 2-inch mortars ............ No ........... ........................ 947909 Parts and accessories for
94773 60-MM mortars .............. No ........... ........................ aircraft armament (mounts
947735 -5-inch mortars ..... ........ ............................ ............ and barrels included) ..................... 512,606 96,676
477 81- mortars, exept Tank armament, and parts,
self-propelled ..........No. 84 31,253 26,460 except machine guns:
947738 81-M mortars, 947911 57-4M tank gums............ No. .................... .............
self-propelled ............ No ................................. 947915 2-Pounder, 4041M tack guns.No.......... .......... .............
947741 37-M Antitank equipment guns, 947915 6-Pounder, 57-MM tank guns.No. .................................
except self-propelled ..... No. 4 41,410 5,400 947917 75-M tank gun ............ No ..................... .............
947742 57-4M Antitank equipment guns, 947921 3-inch tank guns ........... No ..................... .............
self-propelled .......... No. .......... ....................... 947925 Tank armament, n.e.s ...... .No ...............................
947743 2-Pounder, 40-MM, Antitank 947929 Parts and aceseories for tank
equipment guns..........No .................................. armament (mounts included)... ........... 225,59E 172,584
947745 6-Pounder, 57-MM, Antitank Naval artillery and parts,
equipment guns, except self- 947931 20-M Oerlikan guns, an-tipropelled ........... .. .................................. aircraft .............. .No. 4 7,872 3,896
6-Pounder, 57-MM, Antitank 947955 40-MM Bofors guns, antiequipment guns, self- aircrat, twin and quadruple
propelled ................No............ ...................t ........... toi 11,542 ua17p,244




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UNITED STATES EXPORTOF?8 020EBTIC 1ElfAlDISB-MAlWI 1985-Continued

cambodiy common
code No. Comoity deaription and umit Not Value Siode so. Comot descripton ani s at value
(Scbed- of quantity WaMty (dollars) (Sched- ofquantity gamR (0a)
uls a)ons)a ci )

OW 9.* *XU5.LLV n onPe .--UScsAumus-cont.
I AMMUNITON AND FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND
PHMSCHNICS-Contimed PIIOTECHNICS-Contimed

Firearsa and ordnance, oxept Frearm. and ordane, except
ftiz-cotstel equipment-Contimed fire-cotrol equipment-Contined
Naval artllry end AnItion for infantry support
parts-Contiuad weapons and tar* guns, uuder
947955 1.1 inob guns, anati- 7S-M-otinced
a r ....................... .......... .....* *... 57-N tank and mntita
947957 5-dnch 50-caliber guns, gun-Continued
antiaircraft..............No. 1 8,000 1,225 948221 Armor-piercing shots.....No. 560 1,3A5
947941 5-inch 25-caliber guns, anti- 948223 High explosive shells.. .No. 52,317 155,182
aieraft..................No. .......... .......... ............. 948224 Canister shell..........No. 260 43
947945 5-imcb 38-caliber gune, anti- 2--Ponda, 404M tank and
aircraft (twin mount, single antitank guns
base-ring, and single 948225 Armor-plhrcing shells.... No........ ,, ,, .
pedestal included)........No. .......... ......... ............. 948227 Armor-piercing shot .. No..............
947945 2-Pounder so... g.......No. .......... .......... ............. 948231 Hgh explosive she7N. 4 2
947947 3-Pounder guns .No ......... .......... ......**.** 6-Pounder, 574MM tank and
947951 12-Pounder gun ............No .*******.* ******** antitank gun:
947955 3-inch 25-caliber guns.....No. .......... .......... ...........* 948253 Armor-piereing shot......No. .......... ......... ...
947955 4-inch British type guns...No. .......... .......... ............. 948255 High explosive shella....No. .......... .......... .
947957 4-Inch 50:-caliber guns.. .No. .......... .......... .....*******. 948257 Ammunition for infantry
947961 4.7 inch guns ..............No. .......... .......... ............. support weapons and t
947963 5-inch 51-caliber guns.....No. ......... .......... ............ guns, n.e................ No. 52,757 S6,36
967965 5-Inch 54-caliber guns.....No. .......... .......... ............* 948239 Components for infantry
947987 T-4e.....................So ********** **********.** support weapon and talk
947171. Naval guns, n.a.a. (6-Inch gun -ition ........,...,........ 18,5
47-caliber, 8-inch -55-caliber, Amnition for fiel, seacoast,
12-inah 50-caliber, 16-inch and railway artillery .75-M
45-caliber, and 16-inch 50- and overt
caliber included).........go. .......... .......... .........**** 75-4M gun:
94179 Parts and accessories for 9 48501 Armor-piercing shot ...No. 2,907? 8,51 o,
naval gu (mou inued).. .......... 894,637 583,719 948302 Smi-eaur- piercing
Amnition for mall ams, AO- shells..................NO. ......... ... I.
caliber and under 948503 High explosive shells.... No. 140,392 1,254,615 4
.22-calibers 948305 Chenical shells..........No. 14,500 157,547,
948101 Ball ..................oud 5,605,500 23,127 45,062 948307 Shrapnel.................No. .......... .......... .....
948103 Tracers................Bond .......... .......... ............. 18-Pounder gun:
9-N0t 948811 Amo-pering shot....Jo ............ ........ .....
94 S Balls ..................und .......... .......... ............. 948513 Sami-ermor piercing
948107 Tracers ................Round ..***.***. *****.*..* *.--**.*.***. shot.No. .......... ........ .....
.50-calibers 948515 High explosive shella...Jo. .......... ,,........ .
946111 Balls ..................ound 286,000 10,546 32,699 948517 Chemical shells..........No. .......... .....,.... .....
948115 Tracer ................Bound .......... .......... ............* 948321 Shrapnelo.................No. .......... .............
948115 Armor piercing 25-Pounder gun:
cartridges............JRmun .......... .......... ..........** 948325 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... ......., ......
948117 Grenada cartridges.....Bound .......... .......... ...........* 948525 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......,M o .. ..
948119 Carblns artridges.....Rmad .......... .......... ....**** ..-inch tark and antitank guns
948121 Inendiary cartridges..Rmut .......... .......... ...........** 948527 Aror-piereing shot......So. .......... .....,***. .**.** ..
.305-calibers 948329 Chemical shells.. ... .........o .............
94812 Balls..................Ron .......... .......... ...........* 948351 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .........
948125 Tracers ................&md .......... .......... ............* 106-MK guns
94812 Armr-piercing 948555 High explosive shells....No. .......... ......... ..........
cartridges ............Bmald .......... .......... ............* 4.5-ineh gunt
946128 Incendiary cartridges..Rund .......... .......... ..........** 948555 High explosive shells....o. .......... .......... ...........
9481M0 Balls, .52-caliber .......Jmad 6,200 12L 117 4.7-inch gun:
948152 R s, *8-CALb r...... AlU 72,700 1,140 2,177 948357 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .......
948156 Balls, .45-caliber .......nd 5,200 104 174 6-inch gun:
948138 Magazine for .22s .32-, 948541 Armor-piercing shot. N........................
.58-, end .45- caliber 948343 High explosive shells....No. .................
amnition............... .o 948545 Shrapnel .................No. .......... .
.455-caliber, 155-4M gun:
948159 Balls..................Bmni .......... .......... ............* 946547 Armor-piercing shot ......No. .......... .......... ..,.
.50-caliber: 948551 High explosive shells...No. 25,600 506,814 2,859
948140 Balls ..................mul 5,817,400 628,051 1,591,972 948355 Chemical ahells..........No. .......... .......... .........
948141 Tracers ................ound 904,530 158,201 542,625 8-inch gun:
948145 Araor-piezoin 948355 Armor-piercing shells.... No. .......... .......... .........
cartridges............ Band 1,000,081 194,716 354,195 948557 High explosive shells....No. 5,400 297,550 1,92
948145 Explosive cartridges...Rous ................................. 8-and 9.2 Inch gun, railway
948147 Incendiary cartridges..Rmod 2,713,590 474,608 1,027,87S and seacoast:
.5-inch caliber, navys 948561 Armor-piereing shells ....No. .......... ........ ......
948151 Balls.................. .......... .......... ....********. 12-, 14, and 16-inch gun:
948153 Tracers ...............Bound 20,000 2,920 6,438 948363 Armor-piercing elst No.......................
948155 Aror-piercing 948365 Armor-piercing shella...No. .......... ........... .. ..
cartridges..........oom........... ....................... 948366 High explosive shells.... No. ........... .............
.55-calibers 75--MM Hwitser:
9481S7 A mor-piercing 948367 High explosive shells... No. 5,268 360,051 1,182
cartridges...........nd.................................. 948368 Chemical shalls..........No. 5,000 31,950
7.92 MWs 948572 Shrapnel.................No. .......... .......... ..
949L61 Balls..................oad .......... .......... .............** *105-41M bwitzers
948132 Shotgun shells.............No. 2,008,625 49,118 158,465 948375 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... ....
948163 Amnition for emall eras, 948574 High explosive shells....No. 1,250 25,012 70,
n.e.s...................Found 18,900 588 597 948575 Chemical shells..........No. 20,500 597,983 1,255,
948165 Links and belts for aall 4.5-inch Howitaers
arms amunition...........No. 4,523,120 55,096 214,188 948576 High explosive shell.... No. .......... .......... ........ .
948L Components for small arms 948377 Cheical shells. No........... .............
ammnition................... .......... 10,697 10,119 5.5-inch Howitzer:
Amunition for infantry support 948578 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... ..,,....
weapons and tark gune, under 948581 Chemical shells..........No. .......... .......... ...........
75.41K: 6-inch Howitzers
2-inch mortars 948382 High explosive shells ....No. .......... .......... ...........
948201 Mortar shells............No. .......... ........................94 3 Chmcal all.. No. .......... ..... ...........
948203 Chemical shells..........No. 149,994 260,105 499,980 155-MM Howitzers
60-Wi mortar: 948384 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .........,.
948205 Mortar shells............No. 6 14 77 948385 Chemical shesNo........... .............
S-inch sortart 7.2-inch Howitaers
948207 Mortar shells....... O .......... .......... ............. 94886 igh explosive shells.. .o.. ...,..... .............
948211 Chemical shells..........No .......... ....................... 94857 Chemical shells.......No. ........... .............
81-lM mortars 2404M Howitzers
9482S Mortar shells...........o. ....... 94888 High explosive shells....1. 4,710 405,109 1,706,\
9425 Cheical shells No............... 8-,9.2-, and 1324nch Howitzers
5141 tank and antitalk guns 948591 High explosive shells.... No. ...................
948217 Armor-piercing shells .... No. -...*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.948392 Field, seacoast, and
94829 Semi-armor piercing railway artillery
shellsN..................No*0 ammunition, n.e.s.......No. 78,496 1,098,028 2,952,4








UNITED STfATES ELXPORTS UF DJUMlSTIC MtERCHANUDIS-MARUH .I. UUoni.ILII4


ty description a unit ValueCmdiy description and unit Net Value i
(Schad- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pu ) (Sed- oq tq it d r


GOUP 9-ISCELLANUS-Cont. GOUP 9.-MISCELLANE US -Cont.
FIWAA, AMMUNITION AND FIZA3AM, AUNITIO0N AND
PDTECICS--Contiued PYDRTECHNICS-Contimed

Firearms and ordnance, except Firearms and ordnance, except
fire-control equipment-Contiued fire-control equipaent-Contimied
Ammunition for field, seacoast, Naval ammunition, except small
and railway artillery .75-4 arm ammunition-Contimed
and over- Contimed 6-inch 47-caliber, 8-inch
8-, 9.2-, and 12-inch 55-caliber, 12-inch 50Bowitzer-Continued caliber, 16-inch 45-caliber,
6 Components for field, and 16-inch 50-caliber guan:
seacoast, and railway 9473 Amor-piercing ahells....No .......... .......... .............
artillery ammnition....... ...******* ********** ***********.. 948675 Antiaircraft shells......No. .......... .......... .............
AmAition for antiaircraft 948677 Naval gun ammunition,
artillery, except machine gus n.e. ..................... No. 5,605 182,451 560,755
57401 guns 948679 Components for naval gun
94801 Armor-piercing shot ....Bnd .......... .........* .*********** amunition................... .......... 55,59 105,114
4405 Armor-piercing shells..Romnd .......... ...*** *....*- AmLnition, n.e.a.
48405 ih explosive blls..and 40,000 110,660 200,020 948701 Fuses for gene............. No. S2,129 5,447,570 1,582,257
40401 Bofare guns 948702 Primers for guns...........No 55,108 20,189 6,417
48407 Armor-percing shot... foundd 960 2,828 6,482 948704 Components for fusea and
94411 Hgh explosive ahella..Bound 5,048 11,645 20,855 primers ................................ 8,662 25,3192
3-inch guns Grenades, and parts:
948 LAor-piering shot...... No.................................*..* **.*Hand grenades:
94815 High explosive shellas....No. .......... .......... ............. 948705 Fragmentation..........No 1,000 8,047 1,597
48417 Shrapnel.................NO. .......... .......... ............. 948706 Demolition.............No .................... ............
904K guns 948708 Antitank............. No. .................. .............
94421 Armr-piercing shot......No. ........... ....................... 948709 Incendiary.............No. 19,10 52,755 9,5
948422 Armor-piercing shells ... No. .................... ............. 948713 Rifle......................No 2,170 4,254 6,727
48425 igh explosive shells....No. .......... .......... ............. 948715 Machine gun................No .................... .............
5.7-dch guns 948719 Components for grenades................. .110 236
94425 High explosive ehbells ....No. .......... .......... ............. 948721 Antitank mines.............No .................... .............
4,7-inch guns 948725 Components for antitank
9484 High explosive shells ....No. ............................ M e..... minS ....................................... .............
105-41M gun Aircraft bombs, and parts
948 High explosive shell .... No. .................... ............. 948725 20- and 25-pound
94455 Antiaircraft artillery fragmentation........... No 6,952 80,628 139,040
amunition, n.e.s......... No. .......... .......... ............. 948727 30-pound fragmentation and
94 Components for antiaircraft chemical................No .................................
artillery amunition............................. ............. 948751 40-pound fragmentation...No .......... .......................
Airpcraft gun munition, except 948752 1.00-pound chelmical....... No ..................................
machine gun 948754 100-pound general purpose
204 Rispano suisa geunms and fragmentation.......No ..................... .............
948501 Balls .................. Round 240 197 182 948755 250 and 500-pound general
94505 Tracers...............ound .......... ........ ............. purpose.................No. .......... .......... .............
948505 Armor-piercing shells..Hound ................... ............. 948757 500 and 600-pound general
i948507 Hh explosive shells..auMd ................................. .purpose.................No. 108,757 10,222,679 59,714,219
9450 Incendiary............. Bound .......... .......... ............. 948739 1000 to 1900 pound inclu948511 Inert shells...........H ound .......... ......... ............. sive, general purpose...No, 5,656 1,850,24 6,520,426
57- 1M aircraft gn 948742 2000 to 5900-pound inclu9451 Armor-piecing shella..Bound 25,200 45,658 75,400 sire, general purpose...No. 1 254 2,080
948515 High explosive shella..Round 66,241 160,902 195,901 948744 4000-pound and over,
948517 Aircraft gun ammnition, general purpose......... No. 5,624 5,542,052 168252,240
n.e. ...................ound 84,40 45,04 27,907 Incendiary:
948519 Components for aircraft gun 948748 4-pound.............No 989,550 2,522,865 5,97,220
emunition ................No. .....................948749 Other.................. No. 275,700 656,000 1,442,99
Naval amunition, except smll 948752 52-pound depth bombs ....No. 2 47 605
arms ammunition 948755 650-pound depth bombe....No. ...............................,
20-4M Oerlikan guns 948754 250-pound saemi-armor948601 Tracers............. un .................... ............. piercing bombs ..........No. ................................
948605 H gh explosive shells..Hound .......... .......... ............. 948755 500-pound semi-anrmor948605 Antiaircraft shells .... ound .................... .............. piercing bombs No..........No ..........................
2-Pounder 4011 gun: 948756 1000-pound semi-armor948607 High explosive shella..bHound 55,496 211,994 259,642 piercing bombs .No..........No ................... .............
40-Mf Bofoar guns 948757 1600-pound armor-piercing
948609 HLgh explosive shells..mound .......... .......... ............. bombs...................No ..................................
948611 Antiaircraft shells .... ound .......... .......... ............. 948758 Aircraft bombs, n.e.a .... No .................... .............
1.1-inch guns 948759 Parts and accessories for
948615 Antiaircraft shells ... Bound .................... ............. aircraft bombs ............. .......... 2,646,254 6,615,175
54-ounder guns 948761 Antisubmarine bombs ........No .......... ........................
948615 Common shells............No. .......... ....................... 948765 Submarine mines...........No. .................................
12-Pounder gun: 948769 Submarine mine part. and
948617 Comason shells...........No. ...... .. ........... ............ equipment.................... .................................
5-inch 25-caliber guns 948771 Torpedoes...............No. 100 1,510,065 805,250
94621 Antiaircraft shella.....No. ........... ....................... 948779 Parts and accessories for
94862 Common shells ............ No ........ ......... ............ torpedoes ............................. 2,196,190 19,868
948625 Illuminating shells......No........... ...................... 948781 Depth charges (T-gan
948627 Shrapnel................ No ............................. .... aMmunition)...............No. 18 1,474 7,755
5-inch 50-caliber guns 948789 Components for depthcharg*s... .......... 17,850 105,845
948631 Armor-piercing shell ....No. .......... ....................... 948791 Propelling charges for genem,
94 Antiaircraft shells......No. 200 4,000 6,500 4.5-inch to 16-inch,
9485 Common shells .. .No............ N........... ......I....... and 25-pounder .............. .......... 462,891 2,912,378
94636 Illuminating shells.....No. 100 2,000 5,250 Pyrotechnics:
9457 Shrapnel.................No. .......... ....................... 949750 Commercial and display .......... .......... 372 655
4-inch British type guns 949795 Flame throwers...............No. ......... .....................
948641 I aluminating ahells ..... No. .................................. 949795 Flares, aircraft...........No. 12,151 48,889 51,748
4-inch SO-oaliber guns 949796 Flares, airport..............No. 25 100 178
94864 Common shells............No .......... ....................... 949798 Other.......................... .......... 1,304,761 956,468
948645 Illuminating shells......No. ..............................
948647 Shrapnel.................o.................................... BO(KS, MAPS, PICTUES, AND
4.7-inch guns OTHER PEFINED MATTER, N.E.S.
948651 Illuminating shells......No. ........ .......................
5-inch 25-caliber gun: Books and pamphlets:
94865 Aor-piercing shells.. .No. ........... .......... ............. 951000 Bound educational textbooks ............... 210,285 806,4209
948655 Anairraft shells ... N...No.................... .............. 951200 Other bound book ......................... 646,850 1,09,077
94857 Illuminating shells...... No .................................. 951400 Unbound books in sheets ......... .......... .58,625 88,719
5-inch 38-caliber gun: 951600 Catalogs and pamphlets.................... 99,429 166,450
9461 Antiaircraft shells......No. 2,200 56,464 90,750 952200 Geographic maps and charts ........ .......... 14,972 15,471
946 Common shells............No. 30 7,818 15,200 952300 Music in books and sheets................... 51,112 58,540
948665 Illuminating shells......No. 1,200 52,400 78,019 Photographs and blueprints:
5-inch 51-caliber gn: 955001 Plans and specifications for
948666 Commw -hel..............No. .......... .......... ............. aircraft....................... .......... 61,716 167,146
948667 Illu.anting shells......No. ................................. 955098 Photographs and blue prints, n.eA .......... 25,109 9,175
5-inch 54-caliber guns 9S5300 Newspapers, current........................ 79,054 591,525
948671 Antiaircraft shells......No ................................. 955500 Periodicals....................No 7,459,584 649,885 3,116,218




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Cmmdity Cmoi
code Comdity description and unit Nt Value codeity description and uit e ae
(co-oquniyqatt diae weight VOLAK
(hd- of qu ity quantity of description quantity (dollars)
ule B) ,

GRUP 9.-4MSCELLANECUS-Cont. GROUP 9.-43CELLANEOUS--Cont.
BC0KS, MAPS, PICTURES, AND OTI MISCELLANBUS WHMDITIES
PIPED MATTSR, N.E.S.--Cont. N.LE.S.-Continued

956000 Calendars, printed or unprinted... .......... 11,179 15,815 Manufactures of synthetic gms
956300 Lithographically printed matter... .......... 370,550 566,461 and resina-Contimed
956500 Playing cards .................Pack 8,032 17,322 21,837 Other synthetic resin
956901 Plaune and speci-fiications for producta-Contimed
air craft, printed ............... .......... 5,716 15,245 981303 Methyl methacrylate
956998 Printed matter, n.e. .......... .......... 1,7868,554 1,251,143 products, fabricated,
except molded .............Lb. 1,98 5,69
MISCELLANEQUS OMDITIES, NJ.S. 981305 Nylon products, except
yarn and textiles ........ Lb. .......... ........ ...........
957000 Clocks, electrio, except parts.No. 1,508 4,122 6,635 981307 Ures-formaldehyde products,
Clocks, n.e.a., except electric fabricated, except molded.Lb. 34 1,20
957100 l-d.ay alarm clocks...........No. 59,879 61,441 79,714 981398 Other alnthstic resin
957200 Mantel, novelty, and wall products .................. Lb1 231,762 84,00 266
clocks .................. ...No. 125 2,172 1,019 981900 Manufactures of cellulose
957900 Other clocks and parts .................... 10,825 5,650 acetate, n..a. .................. .......... 91,2 1,4
Watches 982000 Manufacturers of all compounds of
958000 Without jewels ..............No. 697 1,656 170 cellulose, except cellulose
9E100 With jewels ...................No. 960 31,618 525 acetate, n.e.a ................... .......... 55,50 ,
958900 Parts, except jewel bearings.... ........... 57,470 5,595 982100 Sponges, natural pr synthetic,
959105 Marine chronometers ...........No, 2 14 18 except rubber.................... .......... 974 2,
959198 Time-recoarding devices and parts.. .......... 58,228 30,937 982200 Toothbrushes.................Dos. 239,7 29,82 127,4
961000 Paintings, etchings, engravings, 982400 Toilet brushes, except
statuary and anstiqeas ...................... 150,815 25,623 toothbrushes.................Dos. 12,078 5,014 40,
Jewelry and other persbnal 982501 Paint brushes................D. 24,650 6,76 2,4
ornaments 982810 Household blues h..........Doc. 1,207 3,65 ,
962000 Solid 1d or platinum .......... .......... 187,506 629 982691 Other brushes.................Dos. 23,714 38,741 50
Other metals, silver, 982700 Combs, except wholly of
gold filled, rolled-gold- rubber........................No. ,441,106 142,577 976
plate, and bass metals Pipes and smokers' articleaf
962100 Men's jewelry ........................... 39,857 1,940 982800 Tobacco pipes (all
962300 Women's jewelry................... 147,977 5,828 materials)................Do. 9,182 ,614 10
962600 Other articles............... .......... 39,675 8,588 98200 Other smokers' articles, except
All materials, except metals pocket and electric lighters............. 55,69 55,
982700 Men's jewelry ........................... 11,411 2,965 963000 Plates and cuts, electrotype,
962800 Women's jewelry ......................... 99,188 15,576 stereotype, halftone, litho962900 Other articles .......................... 99,881 57,848 graphic, or engraved..........Lb. 18,281 44,5 2L,
96500 Jewelry findings, and parts............... 226,221 27,240 Pipes and mokers' articles;
968000 Bottle and container closure, 983100 Umbrellas and parasols......... No. 1,6 406 17
n.e.e.......................Gross 906,129 218,885 1,006,886 983200 Candles...................... Lb. 4,145 14,9 75,8
968501 Thermostatic bottles, cearafes, 984005 Beads and bead articles ..................... 40,151 ,4
jars, jugs, and other 984098 Notions cheap novelties, and
thermostatic containers.......No. 8,129 8,042 14,680 speciaties, n.e.s........................ 42,44 B
968509 Parts of thermostatic containers .. .......... 2.0,899 68,284 Household and commercial
Composition roofings refrigerators, except electrics
969300 Asphalt roofing...........Square 411,018 392,97 16,466,538 984100 Mechanical ...............No. 150 2,91 T
969600 Asbestos roofing..........Square 7il 47,217 1,499,506 984200 Ice, except mechanical .......No 107 4,285 18
969900 Other roofing.............Square 35,675 41,153 1,695,625 98400 Soda-fountain equipment and
Buttons, parts, bar supplies.................No. ......... 1,998 ,0
971100 Buttons, cellulose compounds, 984900 Fishing tackle and equipment
galalith, and other suitable only for comercial
compounds ................. Gross 536,217 246,012 136,011 fishing.................................... 40,912 S
971250 Pearl or shell........... Gross 40,570 12,254 8,065 985300 Shoe findings, except leather
9711290 Other materials ..........Gross 252,247 203,275 106,248 and rubber....................... .......... 106,49 4,
971500 Button parts, backs, blanks, 987100 Coin-operated comodity-vending
or molds.................Grose 69,644 24,261 54,527 machines.....................No. 202 3,10 11
Lamps an4 illuminating devices, 987200 Other coin-operated machines,
except electrics except musical .............No. 739 21,955 2
979100 Incandescent mantles.........No. 222,802 17,644 11,382 990000 Household and personal effects.............. 654,934 1 5
979200 Lanterns, wick...............No. 108,357 69,155 226,129 All commodities exported for
979300 Gasoline pressure lamp, relief or charity:
lanterns, and parts ...................... 57,658 92,756 999810 Food..................................... 9,457,640 15,57,1
979400 Other lamps, except 999820 Clothing......................... ...... 8512,979 7,04,3
electric...................No. 16,024 22,028 44,980 999830 Blankets and beddiAge ........... ..... 135,41 176,
979900 Other lighting devices and 999840 Drugs and biological supplies... ..... 489,260 401,1
parts, n.e.s., except glass .............. 26,523 73,588 999850 Surgical, sanitaryand hospital
980000 Matches .......................... .......... 110,146 789,949 supplies and equipment ......... .......... 245,43 30,4
980700 Fire-fighting equipment, except 999880 Ambulances and other motor
automotive fire engines.................... 247,782 473,915 equipment ................................ 22,824 47,9
Manufactures of synthetic gums 999890 Other .......................... .......... 538,551 1,1,
and resins, 999910 General merchandise valued at
Molded products $10 or less...................... .......... 8,807 5,14,9
981201 Phenol-fozrmaldelyde, (Thia commodity number should
fabricated................Lb. 12,305 25,609 14,525 be applied to,
981203 Methyl methacrylate, (a) All single items of
fabricated...............Lb. 3,896 6,958 5,184 Schedule B comdities
981205 Nylon...................... Lb ................................. valued at $10 or less.
981207 Urea-formaldehyde, (b) All totals of Schedule
fabricated...............Lb. 4,046 3,701 4,688 B comdities, single
981298 Other synthetic guns and items of which are valu
resins...................Lb. 70,765 57,511 81,135 at 10 or less
Other synthetic resin products 999950 Miscellaneous military and naval
981301 Phenol-formaldehyde products, equipment, unclassified.......... .......... 254,02 50,1
fabricated, except molded.Lb. 467 732 526 999990 All articles, n.e.s ............... .......... 219,631 16,9,
















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MITED STATS EXPORTS O FOREIGN RIANDISE-YARCF 1945

CommodityShipping Comodity hppn
coeNo omodity description and unit Net Value wegh code No.* Commodity description and unit Net Value
(ce of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) wegh
ulo)(ons le S) (pound.)________ ____ _____ _____Total United States Exports of GROP 0.-AIMALS ANDl ANIMAL
Domestic and Fo reign Merchandise ...... ,022,27,9D8 12,875,441,890 PRSOUCTS, INEDIBLE-4ontinued,

Total United States Exports of 073500Foreign M e cis han...........e. 13,008,892 130,569,577 0799 Fure, dressed or dyd..... No. 7,566 43,044 2,949
~075300075900 Fur manufactures ............................ 69,991 4,890

GROUP 0 O...4Il= AND ANIMAL 080905 Sperm and hale oil Lb. 858,640 69,678 858,640
PRODUCTS, F-DIME ............. ......... 179,944 722,57V 085700 Tallow, inedible ............... Lb ..................................
080300001900 Edible. 08098- Animal oils, fats, and greases,
Beef and veal, fresh or frozen.Lb. .......... ................ 084900, inedible, n.e. .............. Lb. 430,420 29,432 514,280
003600 Beef, canoed .................. Lb.. .......... ........ ..... 0858050010 085898
~090000- b7
D50 Other meats ................... Lb. 213,612 58,930 288,187 090900 Ldve animals, inedible ...................... 25,873 280,468
095500 Bristles ......................Lb. 13,648 82,057 16,755
004600 092500004900 Sausage casings ................Lb. 9,790 10,820 11,500 092900 Aia rdca ndbe ,~..........3,L 8,8
Animal Oils and Fats, Edible...Lb ................................... 099998 i .

006000 Mlk and cream, fresh and
sterilized ...............Gal........... Ga................................. OIUP 1. -VEGETABLE FOOD
0 Milk and cream, condensed and PRODUCTS ANdD EVERAES ...... ........... 3,594,842 80,442,352
evaporated ................... Lb. ........ .......... ............. 105700 Nice, cleaned .................. Lb. 2,528,726 58,168 2,458,522
Milk, dried 107100 Wheat .......................... Bu. 214,383 361,881 12,865,960
107300006500 Butter ........................ Lb ........... ........... ................. Ct. 1,078 3,775 140,147
00595- 1074OOe
00695 Cheese ......................... Lb. 950 $30 1,200 1011000080 105500,
Infante' foods, malted milk,et.Lb, 1,511 282 1,539 105800- Grains anx preparations, n.e.c................ ,,07 45,506
Fish and Fish Products ...................... 16,801 115,380 106100,
107700Salted, pickled, or dry-curedg 109900
007800 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock,
cuak........................ Lb. 55,790 10,039 64,455 110100- Fodders and feeds .............. To .......... .... ....
070-119900 fes......T
0070 120110Other ....................... Lb 52,158 3,626 36,828 120150 Beans, dry, rips ............... Lb ....................................
007901 120215
007998 120250 Peas, dry, ripe ................ Lb 5,005,80 376,118 5,068,231
408400- Fish, canoed ................. Lb. 31,224 13,028 44,695 120700- Vegetables frsh or frozen ....... .,739 34,524
008898 122490 ..........
007000- 1241000400, Fresh or froas ............. Lb ........... ......................... 124950 Vegetables, canned............Lb 6,086 500 8,098
009003- 1250000125000
009007 Vegetables and preparations, n.es........... 7,858 108,506
00909 Other fish and fish prodtats, 125998
Lb 23,436 3,600 28,3SI 130100 Bananas ........................ Lb 5,083,635 298,516 5,085,877
n.e.. 130700 Pineapples, fresh ..............Box 706 5,445 48,915
009400 Meat extracts .................. Lb. 109,984 82,488 L30,114 13020009D-Eggs sod egg products ............. ...................................... Fris1n5reaaios500sL 5,5 1,5 6,4
130900009500, Edible animal products, n.e.c ....................................... 135098
00 0137903 Almonds, sweet.. .........Lb. 14,930 8,38 1,097
137905 Brazil or cream.............. Lb .................... .............
GOUP o.-ANEM AND AUML 137907 Filberts ....................... Lb. 541 145 541
PODUCTS, INEDIBLE ........... .......... 755,277 1,977,742 137400020101- 137995 NOte and preparations, edible, n.as .......... ,22 7,877
020104 Cattle hides0.................................... ............... .145100 Peanut oil, edible ............. Lb ..................... .............
020601- cal kings ........... .................... ............. 144901 Olive oil, edible .............. Lb. 64 68 80
020704 ip .................... .............. 142000023001- Sheep and lamb skins ........... Lb. 1,800 9,000 1,800 143000,
02008 Pc. 3,600 .......... ............. 14410002500- Lb........... ........... ............. 144700, Edible vegetable oils, n.e.s. ..Lb. 4,883,672 494,151 4,919,952
025016 Goat and kid skins .......... PC .... ................. 144902025005-144998 025005- Hides and skin, n.e.s ......... Lb. 1,759 2,587 1,780 150100 Cocoa beans .................... Lb..................................

00000- Upper leahe ..................... 275 Cocoa and chocolate ............ Lb...................................
051950 Upper Tea ............................ Lb. 3,3".. .4. 42,004
03650- Glove and garment leather...Sq.ft 0. T... ..... 35,384 25,405 42,004
03350 151100 Coffee ......................... Lb. 719,131 10,575 725,1985
7 052100- 110
151300 Table beverage materials, n............... 22 180
05210 Leather, n.e.s....................... .192 297 154901 Capsicum ....................... Lb........... .............. .......
035500154902 Cinnamon ....................... Lb. 8,709 5,005 8,961
154903 Cassia ......................... Lb. 530 32 538
069900 Leather m fatures............... 15,493 154S Cloves, unground ............... Lb. 518,155 69,311 333,941
Frs, undresed1 Nutmeg, ungroud .............. Lb. 2,879 1,238 2,928
Peu ese 154911 Pepper, unground .............. Lb. 862,823 42,907 570,811
071600 FOX..................... No. 717 11,99 97 154915 Vanilla beans ................. Lb. 959 5,920 1,138

071600- r5098 Spices ......................... Lb. 80,654 21,848 85,539
071900 Muskrat ...................... No .............. Sugar ............ ;............. Lb. 19,014,400 996,991 19,173,138
072901 Coney, rabbit, and hare ...... No. 19,584 80,69 9,703 162900- Other related products ......... Lb. 2,506,394 584,98 28,372,532
072q03 Ermine and weasel ........... No ..................... ................700
072905 Fitch, and kolinsky No......... .......... .................. Gal. .............
072907 Squirrel .....................o 5,050 4,702 2 170400
072908 Lamb, kid, sheep, and goat 171600 Whiskey ................... Pf.gal. 5,847 51,861 130,870
skin furs ................... No 64,140 198,208 34,654 17100 Other distilled liquors .... Pf.gel. 22,027 83,028 360,569

072100- Other.....................N 45,39 77,005 25,045 175000 Wines. ...................... Gal. 956 3,441 14,126
072900- 17000
17600 Beveraes and fruit juices, n.e.e ........... ..




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Comodity Commodity
l t desipio an D. Commodity description ad ut t ae









cdNo Comdit ................. .an unit N, value weight...........
(Sched- of quality quantty (dollars) (Sched- or quaty qantity dollsa)
te Bs)al B)

amr 2.-3WAs mFoIS aM
I =mu z, Rc FIrr AN MANUFACURS-.ontued
Wom......................... .......... 2,500,568 10,514,389

2b0100- r de ................... Lb. 4,562,87 1,486,786 4,669,007 Vegetable fibers, amfantaeds
200600 320507 Istle or Tampico...........L.ton 2 918 5,t
200901- Synthetic, recaimd, and scrap 52055 Manila or sban.............ton .......... .......... .......
201200 rubber ........................Lb. .......... .......... ............. 20519 Sisal or hequen..... ...L.ton 5,70 97,2 12,
21400- Ubber m acturea............... .......... 10,978 19,151
-0" 520505,
M Naval stores a............ ..Lb...................... ............. OOh021o0301, Other una actured mizu.L.. 72
2180 Chicle, crude or advanced......Lb. 42,012 56,852 45,292 520521218600 shellac ........................Lb. 125,278 48,525 126,617 520598
212500, 522400 Jute bags .....................Lb. 28,02 8
218905- G. and rain., n...........Lb. Z7,106 65,369 225,261 2205 Juts b r .. Lb. 5822,12
218998 D b e ae a2 Other Jute -afacture ........Lb. .......... ......... .......
220988 Crude......................... Lb. 38,28 12,270 40,215 9916 Flax fabric ...................Lb. ......... ..
222050 Cora ..........................Lb .......... .......... ............. 59955, Other flax, hmp, and rad. mam221000- factures, n.e. .................. .......... 15
222020, Other oil seeds ................ .......... .......... ............. 33988







22498249080,S 222098 641100- Cordage, except of cotton
Expressed oils and fates ineible I or Jute .......................Lb. 574 so
22500 Coconut oil .................Lb. .......... .......... .......... 541998
224001- Fatty acids and vegetable soap 549500- Vegetable fiber, straw, or
224898 stock .......................Lb. 80 152 994 549998 gransn manufactures, n..a........,,....... 7,794 1
224901 Castor oil, commercial ..... Lb. 578,182 5,984 615,40 360905 Carpet wool ....................Lb. .......,, .., ...
2.24906 Rapeaeed and olticias oil, 560906 Clothing wool..................Lb. 10,584 4,2 10
inedible.................... b. 11,610 2,584 135,149 5860907 Combing w ool ..................Lb. 80,966 26,501
224910 Tung oil .....................Lb. 16,479 6,604 18,585 560911 Bair, Angora, Cashmre, Alpaca,
224912 Soybean oil, ude...........Lb .......... .......... ...............................
224925 Palm and palm kernel oil.....Lb. 3,545,364 18684 ,545,65....................... ..........
225200- 582800
24020- 6 Wol rs .................e.....Lb. .......... .......... ....,. .....
22404 Other expressed oils and fatL. 550,865 47,655 551,050 5500 Wool ......Lb. 6, 4,
224901, 54200- Wool fars .................Lb .,0
24 ,64900







224950 ~~~ 5800 Wo arc L
22490- d366200 Carpet and rugs ............. Sq.yd. 1,590 0,78 02
2 00 Essential or ditilled oa l 14,52 2,91 Wearing apparel .......... ................. .......
227200 Citrus oils .................Lb. 2,061 189 911
_ 5600226800- 566601, Other wool or mohair mnfactures. .......... 56,585 28,15
2290, Other essential or distilled 368998
227905- oils........................Lb. 9,458 29,624 12,254 569050 Hair and mamracturea .Lb..........
227998 69900
226000 Blended, compounded or mixed
perfume-flavor oils. L.......Lb. ................................ 59 Silk and mamfacture............. .......... 16,158
253905 Quebracho extract..............Lb. 15,984 1,278 14,200 58900
251100- Dyeing and tanning 500 Isrn, thread, and filaments...Lb. 55 65 61
255100, extracts, n.e.a..............Lb. 32,689 1,940 52,689 584200 O thr ad, and finthet textil
258998 584500- Other rayon and synthetic textile
24010 Alfalfa........................Lb. .......... .......... ............. 565900 ma-Fsctures ............................... 1,40 wk
240200- 3..............................90100- Coated or impregnated
240400 over .........................Lb. .......... .......... .......... 91700 fabrics................Sq ........ ........ ..........
240600- Ot9 0 Hat braids and materials .......Yd. 5,882 452 as
241990 Field and grass seeds, n.e.... Lb. 189,670 90,109 ,6 ~ Hate and hat bodies......... 402
246700- 90 Hoatooad habodes ............ O.4,
247500 Flower and vegetable seeds.....Lb. 1,510 172 1,525 5918002 0592800
arsery and Greenhouse Stock...... .......... 187 955 5965- Other textile mam facturee .................. 25,005 5
299900
21100 Cigar leaf........................ .......... .......... ............
261500 Perique leaf tobacco.............. .......... .......... .............
260110- GoUP .-WOOD AND PAPER...... .......... 117,557 1.905. .
26015 Other tobacco and mnfactures.... .......... 86,967 88,451..........
262950
299905 Vegetable tallow and ax.. Lb 253,405 110,707 256,690 490100-......... .
299995 Vegetable ivory and taqua uts.Lb. 58,700 1,405 58,700 400998 a ood logs...........N.bdft 19 7,921
295100, 401200
291,00 4090SleofWDable 0....*. **.** .. 0............ u0 .142 40260
299991 Inedible veetale product, n.e.s. 5,054 5,142 4000 Other manufactured wood......... .......... 1,15 5,6

2 0 tSa0( ed te be ...... ........bd.ft........... .75 147






08aSOO
GOUP 5.-1EXE FIBES AND 410000- Boards, planks, and
MANWUFACTUES .......................... 1,595,555 15,009,707 415900 acantling s................bd.ft. 75 16,825 1
4140
500005- C n r co e. Other sawmill products.... M.btd.ft ........ .......... ..........
500 Cotton kmanufacturd.......... Lb 241,545 45,251 245,291 4
500401420110500600- 420950 Cooperage......................... .......... 8 18
50120 Cotton semiamfacture........Lb. .......... .......... ............. e or1ottnmnfcues429900- Other wood marmacturs........... .......... 50,398 1,024,03





50150Cotton aufactures, 429900

02000- cotton cloths 45 Co* and mamfootures..........Lb. 2,159 1,516 2,2
30200 Unbleached..............Sq.yd. .......... .......... ..............480100- Sulfite wood pulp,
504S000
507900 Bleached, dyed, etc.....Sq.yd. 20,125 2,786 1,952 460200 bleached.....................S.t. .......... .......... ...........
50700 460400 Sulfite wood pulp,
508000- Other cotton fabrics.......... .......... B50 785 460000 unbleached...................S.t. .......... .......... .............
308950
309000- Wearing apparel................. .......... 70 17 460600- Other paper stock..............Lb. 24,000 168 24,000
512900 469998
514000- Narrow fabrics, non-elastic..... .......... 115 128 471200 Newprint paper.................Lb. 417,599 16,50? 425,9M
516100 471400 Book paper, uncoated...........Lb. 48,000 3,025 4P'3
House furniebings.............. .......... .......... .......... ...4 .Wrapping paper..............Lb. 21,421 1,5L
301500- 472000Cotton manufactures....................... 3,010 5,274 4700 Other paper and related procheta............ 18,06 ,
519110- 4726O00
319900 479900




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UNTE SATEN3 EXPORTS OF~ FOREIGN VERlANDISE-MARC1H 1945-Continued

Co=DditYShipping Comoudity Sipn
n unt met Value No. Coamodity description and unit Net Value Swpig
(ha-tuantity (dollars) S of quantity quantity dollarsa) c


GR L .-NONKEAIZ MINERALS ...... 709,671 4,231,795 GOUDP 6.-4ETALS AND MANW50010 Cal, nthacit ......I ....L~to ........ ..........FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHIER
AND VEHICLES-Contirued
*.- L ..... ,52I ..obal.....bI...........I................I...I.
50000.oa bitminu............. L.,on .......... I......... .. ............. t .. o~

SO 40 C k .. . .. ... ....... L .o ... .. .. .... .... .... ... ... 664525 Cobalt............................b I. ........""I .......... I.............
5065 vainmotor fuLela~ ......b. 952 4,168 234,400 661000I II Other nonferrous ores, metals and I I,
Ote moo ful an gaoln ... .....8 I ... ........ .......e63 aly =opt prcous ........... I.......... I 04,ese 5 ,419,887

e ..................... Bbl. 3,809 8,633 1,32,20o 66451, al
50DOGsoil and distillate fuel8450
oil ............ .......... 1,429 3,246 422,040 69198- Precious metalaed plated war
.edual. fuel oils ..... Bbl ............. ....0 900
50103-except jewelry and gold and
Other petroleum products 245 2,179 silver ore, bullion, and co. 12,387 397






701500Gnildglass containers ..........I................9,070 2,5 00,356 707590, Other electrical machineryT and t
0 e s 707200- I apparatus ........................ .......... .. ,4268 2,28
5t land arec.......................................95 77 . . 70
517000" 701100- Penenratin machinery, excep .
C110 im products................. ..............8614 25,979 719900 electrical and .to.otis .........................22,945 252,57
| / 720100- C onstruction and conveying
$ bGass, natural........................... 56947 698 729100 machinery ................. ............... .1,183 40,550
5750300.
AbrasUnilegs, ar taiial......... ...................................7590 Oinheg elrlnpmo machine ............,9 2,08

5Metal-wor2ing macare ................. ..........n 5.,424 2,255
527 s- terto ax ..... mauacue.......... ...............978 71,200 99
$2 spal 7adi00n emS sane- Kniting mcne and nry, actsep...............1 1

5V998 Claanpra........................./. .......... ....... 22,945 232,35.....................700-Ohtetesenadse


Graphite 'osruto and carbon..r/grap...e 75o70 aiing..../. 7
6 Aroductural............. ............ 72100/ machinery ...............Oe................... 12,15 47,418

7500- Actinh n acltn
Quas c rtls................... .......... ........................ 776100 machi nes, and partsning machine ............... ......................
~778207Other- of5*" apine........................1,4 ,0
t tli mneral/ 7 P9h0Poutexc ept pr'ecious ........ ]...............1,668 14,285 7750. rnin.n ..okbinding.... mahn 0 3
780000- Arclua ahnr a





8 A789998 implements ................................. 12,42....80 4
Diena netil Crt 5,9 5,0 7 7901015 p nd iuesn ynthetc and 08 57 793190 Kuttmomilee .................................an,214 105,8t9

iitin stone, including 750- Arcraft......................N. ...................................
pearls ..........................................e0,654 106 .
______7945050096.-ISTAIS *J6 INl- i74611, Other ai-craft instrzenta,
PATJZ LI"EPT +MACH INEN! 794801- part. and accessories.........................37',250 18,196
59 VEHICLES........... ......... .. .......... 759,901 9,445,685 794998
} 794705, Aircraft engine parts
i n ......... .......... L.ton ................................ 794798 and accessories ........ .......... .......... 27,787 4,977
irS9n600, L ,l 961- 77520 crantin and calutin







Pi ioa n cndsscrap................ ................................ 79600 aerand part ......................... .......775 196,251
79560
5 n8ot0 bare, plates, etc .......... /...................20 570 715o
54900, 7900,54- Oth el mill products, except m 795700- Other ehicles and parts, except .
ig and uorin ...................... ......2,664 14,849 7995001 military. ................................... 905,598 1,698,975
0000-799995Catnsand forgings....Lb. 4,822 298 4,822 799998
5-08 Other799601- Ordnanse combat vehcles and

taiyn s.ts............... ....... .,0 799 ....................... o.................0,52 18,5
parw sr ........................... .... ...8.--50,65 106 79450GROU 6. METAS AN MAW79411, OerP 8.crf insrmets AD








60000 Irwore............................................5 1,8. 77 LAD PrDUCTS .................. .......... 2, 2,621,191
Sewing machine and other nels 11 ,47169
Sprocket and other chains.Lb.162 195 175 85 Colors, dyes, and stains. Lb 1,983.5,7. 2,180
60700- 805616050Metal drum and containers........1124350 8 Other coal-tar products ..............................................


0-6Other iron and steel mamfac s8189,803 8 Fish ols and conentres. b 4 1 5,0
811998teVsee l V s 7ad vitastero1s,
0- n.e.s0 .......................................................
610009 812093610800~~~~~iooge .............. an12gn .....Lb ,2 9 482 799








129 Ctlerrotunpten ................Lb... .................81 Odnace..................n1
6500 Other err.-a.. c............Lbs...........85 Dr ts' nonproprietary
812798. preparations..................8.................. 44,25 17,572
618B and PaRODTures. .........102 8 Proprietary meicinal p n 2 1 746

9 Copper and amfactures ............ 1,1 5,460,970 Other edcl and

Brass and Dronse manufactures............ ...,80 27,,815 850-preparations .......................146
986120








00- Lprkead and anuthres..... ...... ......2212515 8090- rChemical speciaslties .............. ... ,6677,08
625208 8005000








Nick40Meal dm andotars.......................................8302800, Tartaric acid .................Lb. 15,065 11, ..118,484
....... 830990 Arsenious oxide....Lb.*906,577.91,858 I,254
612100-80130Tin en mamefactues........................075 58,560 01,
Zinc and factures....teel ma .he a...............5 15,754 830h37 ad
60 icksilver or mercury ..b..240 ......... L 9 O a.......... ......................
20998 . . .8. b92
62 omu..............b 109,900 2,154aion 109,900....... 850998. ,257,7









UITlED STATES EXPORTS OF FOEIGN VERCHAND:SB-MARCH 1945-Contiatin

comdity Comoity
code No. Comdity description aml unit Hot Vale code7 No. Commodity description adit Net Value
(o id a)- of qaiantity qqntity (dllrs)ollars)
ule B) ~ uU 8)

OUP 8.-CMICALS AM RZ- GROUP 9.---ISCELIAUJSLAT PHODUCTS-Contimal Continued
914200834630 Zodine, crude and resaublinmed. .. Lb. 15,536 20,470 17,312 Scientific and professional
831000- 910 instrumental, apparatus, and
SOther Industrial chemicals...... .......... 21,592 251,278 919005, u c m
8398919098
Piggenta, paints, and varnish s ... 15,56 231,001 92 musical instrunts............... .......... 1, 1
850019 Sodium nitrate.................Lb. 790,000 15,575 796,400 5010 icelane0ooficesupplies.....
850500- 939900 Miclaeuofiesple... ...... lO0 m&:
850005, Other nitrogenous fertilizer Toys, athletic and reporting goods. .......... 12
850025- materiale.....................Lb. 88,000 1,796 9,808 946001
861000 946071 Miscellaneous military equipment ........ 2s188 9,=
863101- Potassic fertilizer material ..Lb. .......... ......... . 947004- Firearms, ammunition, and fire85151 949798 works.... .................. .......... 1,4 069 67
852000, Other fertilizers and fertilizer 1 Books amd pamphlets............... .......... 6,075
854000- products ..................... 1,951 60,950 9522008300 9S2300,
860101- Bplosives, fuses, and blasting 95500- Maps, pictures, and other printed
8p2900, ca .......................... ".... .958500, matter, except military......... .*****.*. 14,119 10718
871300- 9e9
872900 Soaps ..........................Lb. 4425 5,709 51,723 Plans and specifications
873400 Dentifrice....................Lb. .......... ....I..... ............. 956901 for aircraft .................,.. ....... 90 337
874000- Other soap and toilet 959c98 Clocks, watches, and parts....... .......... 36,855 604
877000 preparations..................... .......... 2,904 11,896 961000 Art works oa. 58,242 2,505
962000GOUP 9.-MISCELLANJE ....... .......... 1,766,041 1,035,623 963500 Je .
990000 Household and personal effects.. ... 9,002 8,62
91000 Poorph0adpoeto a ,3 999810- All commodities ex~ported f r
tographic and projection goods. .......... 5,638 302 9 harity...........................
915901- Military equipment, apparatus, 999910 General merchandise valued at
915979 and parts, containing opticial f10 les..... j ........ ......... 715 4,424
eleeants......................... .......... 65,700 4,998 999950 ace anous mil:t.
919050- Military equipment, apparatus, 9 naval equipment, uncassified... .......... .......... ........
919096 and parts, not containing opti- 98 All other articles, n.e.s ......... .......... a4,862 20,521
cal element...................... .......... 22,641 l,l 999990l,.


























































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